The Urban Financial Services Coalition is in the Twin Cities to promote financial literacy, personal responsibility and banking careers.
On the heels of the civil rights movement, two black bankers created the Urban Financial Services Coalition in 1974 to support fellow minority bankers and the communities that they serve.
The group, which held its 34th national conference in Minneapolis earlier this month, today boasts around 2,000 members with 21 professional chapters around the country. One of the newest is the Twin Cities chapter. Read the complete story here.