National Bankers Association

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The National Bankers Association is a U.S. trade organization representing the nation’s minority- and women-owned financial institutions. The organization hosts conferences [1] and works with both government agencies and the private sector to help strengthen and expand the commercial viability of this sector of the U.S. banking industry.[2][3]

Founded in 1927 as the Negro Bankers Association, it became the National Bankers Association in 1948. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and currently represents approximately 100 financial institutions.

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