Darrell Hubbard grew up in the Avalon Park neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, a mostly middle-class neighborhood at the time, only to see it decay due to gang violence. It’s now ranked 11th out of Chicago’s 77 communities in terms of violent crime.
Urban Partnership Bank has turned its first profit since its 2010 inception.
Our partnership with The Resurrection Project will support our shared communities through free financial seminars, financial tools, and a network of community organizations.
Urban Partnership Bank announced today that we have become a Champion of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2016. Cyber Security is essential to the financial health of our communities.
Next to holiday gift shopping, American parents spend more money on back-to-school shopping than any other seasonal event. According to the National Retail Federation’s annual back-to-school report, families routinely spend over $600 come August and September—even though about half of Americans have less than that in a savings account.
Learn how parents can spend within their means while providing everything they can for their children’s education.
Two years ago, Urban Partnership Bank helped found the Financial Services Pipeline Initiative to increase “the representation of Latinos and African Americans, at all levels within Chicago’s financial industry”. On July 14th, over 200 interns and professionals from across Chicago’s financial industry filled a conference room at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for the Initiative's third annual Summer Intern Career Conference.
Earlier this summer, local officials kicked off the Greater Chatham Initiative, a multi-year, $1.5 million-plus campaign to restore Chatham, spearheaded by Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL, 1st District). The Initiative, led by executive director and Chatham native Nedra Fears, will focus on workforce development and real estate development.
How will the Initiative improve Chatham?
The May 21st edition of Crain’s Chicago Business features a column on the future of Urban Partnership Bank from the perspective of CEO, William Farrow. Bill sits with Steve Daniels and discusses the past, present and future of Urban Partnership Bank since its inception in 2010.
[Our executive team] brings leadership and expertise to Urban Partnership Bank that will help us provide underserved urban neighborhoods with quality financial services and contribute to our long-term success as a strong community development bank.
- William Farrow
President and CEO, Urban Partnership Bank