This is what it LOOKS LIKE when “Amateur hour” is over and

This is what it LOOKS LIKE when “Amateur hour” is over and…the CFO (Mr. Adrian Johnson) of a Billion dollar plus financial services organization is “discussing the BUSINESS with YOU”.
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WASHINGTON - June 25, 2014 - PRLog -- This is what it LOOKS LIKE when “Amateur hour” is over and
…the CFO (Mr. Adrian Johnson) of a Billion dollar plus financial services organization is “discussing the BUSINESS with YOU”. Hopefully you were there to get the REAL deal!

(JUNE 5-7, 2014 Urban Financial Services Coalition 40th Annual Summit at the Chicago Federal Reserve). We had a fabulously empowering and informative Summit! Thanks to sponsors
BMO Harris,
Comerica Bank,
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago,
Fifth Third Bank,
GE Capital,
Securities and Exchange Commission,
Wells Fargo Advisors. We covered regulatory, new product, leadership, community empowerment and other topics!
*See you in Washington DC in September, 2014!


The Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) formerly known as the National Association of Urban Bankers (NAUB), is an organization of minority professionals in the financial services industry and related fields. Affiliation with UFSC offers a unique opportunity to influence the shape of the banking and financial services industries. UFSC promotes the personal and professional development of its members as well as improvement in the financial condition of our ethnically and culturally diverse communities through education, home ownership, and local economic development.
UFSC supports programs that offer practical benefits for minority financial services professionals, banks and financial institutions.  Our goals and objectives are:

   Fostering the interest and expanding the numbers of minorities in financial services
   Increasing the understanding and use of financial services in low-income communities
   Enhancing scholarship programs for minority youth in pursuit of financial services careers
   Cultivating a premiere job bank of experienced minority professionals in the financial services industry.

Year Established: 1974
Current Contacts: 9000
Past Presidents: 25

To ensure the full and equitable participation of people of color at all levels in the financial services industry.

To be the pre-eminent financial services organization that provides professional development programs, supports educational advancement and promotes economic empowerment for its members and minority communities at large.


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