of Disrupting Inequality
Founded in 1927 as the Negro Bankers Association, today, the National Bankers Association still works to support and strengthen America's minority-owned and -operated banks. Through unmatched networking and federal advocacy, the NBA provides its members with opportunities to have a voice in national conversations about closing the racial wealth gap.
Our members include Black, Hispanic, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, and women-owned and -operated banks across the country, all working to help low- and moderate income communities who are underserved by traditional banks and financial service providers.
We Create Change
We're making the financial services industry inclusive by supporting minority banks and their customers. Because when minority banks thrive, so do their communities.
No other trade association is focused solely on the priorities and needs of minority owned and operated banks.
Education, events, products, and services to strengthen your growth.
Deepen your connections, collaborate on problem-solving, and aggregate your capital to invest in innovation.
Build your bank's brand equity, convey your impact, and engage in NBA marketing and communication opportunities.