Nicole Elam from the National Bankers Association joins us on the BAI Banking Strategies podcast to discuss the solid financial health of minority depository institutions.
Embracing expanded data sources gives greater visibility to the credit invisible and previously unscorable, and helps create a more equitable credit economy.
On the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Nikita Pearson, director of the FDIC’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, tells us what her agency is doing to promote DEI internally and at banks.
Smaller institutions may be able to differentiate themselves by shifting toward a sustainability-based identity.
Financial institutions are under increasing pressure to demonstrate their commitment to climate-friendly business.
Financial institutions are starting to recognize how they can benefit by addressing environmental, social and governance issues. Learn from thought leaders and gain ESG insights in this report.
Stephanie Smith, who heads Fifth Third Bank’s DEI efforts, joins us to discuss how data and relationships can help build a program that provides greater access and opportunity, both in the bank and in the community.
As an industry, we need to create education programs that resonate with young children and adults during life’s teachable moments.
A broader reach in recruiting, hiring and promoting is vital for financial services organizations, but also important is cultivating a diverse client base.
We can use data visualization to better understand our financial products and services and their effect on the communities we serve.
Texas-based Woodforest National Bank was among the first to create its own opportunity zone fund to promote development in low-income areas. Learn more about the 2020 BAI Global Innovation Awards winner.
It’s not enough to just look at the broad trends to determine the effectiveness of diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
Homespire Mortgage VP Listy Limon joins us to discuss how mortgage companies are working to make their staffs as diverse as the different communities in which they operate.
BAI CEO Debbie Bianucci outlines approaches that will help your organization make tangible progress on diversity, equity and inclusion in the coming year.
Local banks and credit unions can make meaningful strides in creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive company culture.
Banks and credit unions are publicly pledging to do their part to address American inequities, which includes building a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce at their financial institution.
November’s BAI Executive Report helps put that plan Read More
Does your organization have the right structure in place to support diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives that will truly make a difference? BAI Banking Outlook research evaluates the state of the industry for what’s working and where the opportunities lie.
Nate Bennett, chief diversity officer at Comerica Bank, discusses the industry’s successes and ongoing challenges when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion. He also shares what’s working for Comerica in its approach to DEI that might also work for other banks and credit unions.