An Important Update Regarding
ICBA Capital Summit 2020

Community banks strengthen the neighborhoods they serve and contribute to the local areas they serve. As community leaders it’s essential that policy makers hear from you about the issues that affect our industry.

Unfortunately, due to coronavirus travel and meeting restrictions, ICBA cannot proceed with our usual in-person event in Washington originally scheduled for April 27 – May 1, 2020. If you have already made a hotel reservation within the ICBA room block, we are working to cancel those reservations on your behalf and request a refund of all deposits.

Instead of holding the Capital Summit in person, it is our intent to conduct portions of the meeting program in a virtual format. In the coming days, we will provide information about the schedule for virtual Federal Delegate Board and committee meetings. In addition, we will be considering opportunities for additional virtual programming with policymakers.

I’m sending my best thoughts for you and your loved ones’ good health. You have my assurance that we will continue to represent your interests as community bankers through this difficult time in our nation’s history.

For any questions about Capital Summit call 866-843-4222.

Kind regards,
Rebeca Romero Rainey,
ICBA President & CEO

Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel

Official ICBA Capital Summit Hotel

The Renaissance Washington DC has cancelled all hotel reservations made within our ICBA block.

You should have already received confirmation of this cancellation from the hotel if an email address was provided at the time of booking. If no email was provided at the time of booking, so you may want to contact the hotel to confirm your room was cancelled.

If you booked a room outside of the ICBA block, please call the hotel to cancel your reservation at
1-800-393-2505 or 1-888-236-2427.