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Support Minority and Women-Owned Banks

The National Bankers Association was founded in 1927, as the Negro Bankers Association, this name was changed to the National Bankers Association in 1948 and incorporated as a 501(c)6 trade association on April 18, 1972 in the District of Columbia. Today, it is the most recognized trade association for the nation’s 177 minority and women-owned banks (MWOBs). Our members include banks owned by African-Americans, Native-Americans, American-Indians, East-Indians, Hispanic-Americans, Asian-Americans and Women