Join leaders in banking, philanthropy, impact investing, and community development to engage in action-oriented dialogue around addressing the financial service gaps that limit economic mobility for many rural people and places. Speakers include Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Jerome H. Powell, the Emerson Collective's Anne Marie Burgoyne, and many more. Register here by February 1st.
The DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment (OCTFME) has named Industrial Bank's U-Street location the city's Location of the Month. The designation promotes exemplary DC locales as prime settings for movie and television productions looking for filming locations. The bank recently underwent major renovations that helped it win this distinction, adds Melanee Woodard, Assistant Vice President of Industrial Bank, ""Now you can come in, sit down, have a complimentary coffee, talk with our team and experience all that comes with our service." Read more here.
As the successful re-entry of previously incarcerated citizens raises national focus, Industrial Bank seeks to become a leader in the movement. Recognizing the need for financial knowledge, at the beginning of 2018, Industrial Bank began financial literacy training within the walls of a DC Jail. By bringing awareness and financial knowledge to these communities, Industrial Bank hopes to support economic growth in their communities. "Industrial Bank's Financial Workshop ...was a much-needed resource to help our population build a pathway to the desired future that our young men want," said Earl J. Hollimon, DC Jail Program Analyst.