Broadway Federal Bank

Broadway Federal Bank

Broadway Federal Bank was founded in 1946 by a group of civic minded men and women who had identified the need for conventional loans to minority consumers who were ignored by all of the existing financial institutions. Broadway continues to fulfill the mission of providing conventional loans and in providing training for minorities desirous of entering the industry. The Bank’s mission is to serve the real estate, business, and financial needs of customers in underserved urban communities with a commitment to excellent service, profitability, and sustained growth.

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Black Excellence | Monday, April 15, 2019

The recent #BankBlack social media campaign has brought black banking back into the national consciousness. The movement has inspired thousands of people across the country to transfer or deposit millions of dollars into black-owned banks for the first time. With this support, black-owned banks invest in urban communities, employ African Americans, and inspire black home ownership. For those considering making the change, here is a list of 13 banks to consider, including CDBA members United Bank, Industrial Bank, Harbor Bank of Maryland, Broadway Federal Bank, OneUnited Bank, Carver State BankFirst Independence Bank, GN Bank, and Metro Bank.

The Los Angeles Times | Friday, July 27, 2018

Wayne-Kent Bradshaw is the current chief executive of Broadway Federal Bank, the last African American bank headquartered in the Western United States. Bradshaw showed promise from an early age as a teenager in Kingston, Jamaica. After moving to the states, his love for film spurred his passion for mission driven banking. Bradshaw worked for various struggling financial institutions to flip them back on top, ultimately leading him to do the same for Broadway Federal.

| Friday, December 23, 2016

The Treasury Department has significantly reduced its stake in Broadway Financial Corporation, the Banking Holding Company (BHC) of CDBA Member, Broadway Federal Bank in Los Angeles. The $413 million-asset bank recently disclosed in a regulatory filing that the Treasury sold about 4.7 million shares of its common stock, which reduced the Treasury's stake from 47.4% of total voting shares down to 29.3%.