Publications

The SDBA produces a variety of publications for its members.

  • South Dakota Banker Magazine: A monthly magazine published by the SDBA that is dedicated to enhancing the banking profession by providing useful and timely information on important events and trends in the banking industry. The magazine also provides information on Association news, state and national legislation, education opportunities, and other state and national banking news.

  • SDBA eNews: A weekly email newsletter containing brief articles on industry news, SDBA news or upcoming events.

  • South Dakota Bank Directory: This informative resource guide is printed annually and provides information on South Dakota financial institutions, SDBA, regulatory agencies, government agencies, and SDBA associate members and endorsed vendors.

  • Scenes of South Dakota Calendar: This calendar features photos of South Dakota submitted by South Dakota bankers, their family members and customers. Banks, branches or business partners can have their logo and contact information printed at the bottom of their calendars.

  • Regulatory Report: A monthly publication providing a brief summary of both proposed and final regulations affecting the banking industry.

  • South Dakota Banking Code: South Dakota Banking Code is current state laws specific to banking: Title 51A (Banks and Banking), Title 54 (Debtor and Creditor), Chapter 4-6A (Insurance of Public Deposits), Chapter 10-43 (Income Tax on Banks and Financial Corporations), and Chapter 43-41B (Uniform Unclaimed Property Act).

  • Record Retention Manual: The SDBA's South Dakota Banking Record Retention Manual is an easy-to-use reference guide for banks and employees. Information in the manual was compiled by SDBA Legal Counsel Brett Koenecke with May, Adam, Gerdes & Thompson LLP, Pierre, in August 2014.

  • South Dakota Bank Salary & Fringe Benefit Survey: Each year, Eide Bailly LLP conducts a survey of South Dakota banks to obtain valuable information on compensation and fringe benefit programs in banking. This 83-page summarization contains information from 19 participating banks on 52 common positions in a community bank.