Share your knowledge and raise your profile by contributing to the January 2020 EBA Journal!
Call for EBA Journal Content, due November 1, 2019
Dear EBA Membership:
Showcase your expertise, case studies, and thought leadership in the next EBA Journal! We are seeking content for the January 2020 edition of EBA Journal. Submissions are due November 1st. We welcome various formats: articles, technical research papers, surveys, interviews and Q&A. This is an exclusive EBA membership opportunity, and submissions will only be accepted from EBA Members and Affiliates.
Suggested types of content:
- Articles that will help our members to do their job more effectively, including regulatory updates
- ASTM Task Group news
- Input from our banking members whenever possible
- Content that ties in with topics for the upcoming June meeting
- Summaries of presentations from June 2019 meeting (e.g., "deeper dive" articles on subjects presented at the prior meeting)
- New Feature: Members on the Move! Please share your announcements, promotions and awards news.
- Articles with “local flavor” of our 2020 January conference host city, Phoenix, AZ
- Technical/regulatory content highlighted at comparable conferences (e.g., MBA, RMA)
- New ideas/recommendations for topics of interest to our members
The winter edition of the EBA Journal will be distributed at our conference in Phoenix, January 19-22, 2020, and available online to EBA members post conference.
Submit your content through the EBA website or to Elizabeth Krol and Lisa Kraus Gardner. Article length may range from 800-2500 words. Technical and educational topics of interest to the EBA membership are requested.
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