Tag Archives: black banks
Five lending institutions to receive $1 million each
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. announced that it will deposit a total of $5…
By Alan Hughes
The Chicago black banking scene isn't as robust as it used to be.
An area that was once home to 17 banks could soon be down to 7.
By C. Daniel Baker
America's first woman president of a financial institution founded one of the nation's oldest surviving black-owned banks
Walker became the country’s first woman president of a financial institution and founded one of…
By Gertrude Woodruff Marlowe
Some worry more regulation may increase costs, competition
Now that Congress has passed the $700 billion Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, the…
By Cliff Hocker
B.E. Board of Economists member David Swinton leads charge in salvaging black bank
Swinton led a group of investors to purchase some of the assets of Victory Savings…