Carver State Bank

Carver State Bank has been a vital part of the Savannah, GA community since it was founded as the Georgia Savings and Realty Corporation in 1927. The mission of Carver State Bank is to maintain a sound, profitable, growing institution by providing high-quality products and services for the Bank's customers, especially those in it's targeted communities.

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House Committee on Small Business | Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Robert James II, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Carver State Bank, testified to the House Committee on Small Business on May 18. The hearing was convened to introduce Members of Congress to CDFIs and MDIs and to discuss the impact these institutions make in their communities, especially with respect to supporting local entrepreneurs. Mr. James' testimony begins around the 30:40 mark.

American Banker | Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Wells Fargo has made a new round of investments in Black-owned banks. The San Francisco company said it has invested in the $52 million-asset Carver State in Savannah, Ga.; the $572 million-asset Citizens Trust in Atlanta; the $287 million-asset First Independence in Detroit; the $765 million-asset Liberty in New Orleans; and the $183 million-asset Unity in Houston.

NPR | Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Two CDBA member bankers were featured on NPR's Marketplace program in late February. Robert James II, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Carver State Bank, was on the February 22 program to discuss hiring at black-owned banks and the Paycheck Protection Program rollout. Dominik Mjartan, President and CEO at Optus Bank, was on the February 24 program to discuss small business recovery during the pandemic.