The Native American Bancorporation serves as the holding company for Native American Bank, N.A. and is a Community Development Institution (CDI) whose purpose is to promote economic development in areas that are underserved by traditional financial institutions.Native American Bank, N.A
Chartered as a national community development focused bank, Native American Bank is also a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). We are committed to being a self-sustaining CDFI and are the only national American Indian owned community development bank in the country. Native American Bank supports the communities that we service and we received an “outstanding” on the most recent Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) exam.
To be the trusted Native-owned national bank committed to meeting your financial needs, as well as the financial needs of your business and your nation.
In 2001, twenty Tribal nations and Alaska Native Corporations set out with a dream to create a national bank to serve all Native people, communities, governments and enterprises across the country and established Native American Bank, N.A.
We recognize that among the many issues facing Native Americans, the absence of access to financial capital and services has been a significant obstacle toward the realization of self-sufficiency and financial freedom across Indian Country.
Through collaboration, provide access to financial services for Alaska Native and Native American communities creating economic independence, development and sustainability.
At Native American Bank, our primary mission is the assist Native American and Alaskan Native individuals, enterprises and governments to reach their goals by providing affordable and flexible banking and financial services.
To accomplish this, we concentrate on pooling Indian economic resources to increase Indian economic independence by fostering a climate of self-determination in investment, job creation and sustainable economic growth.
As the only Native American-owned nationwide financial institution, the future holds great promise for the organization as we pursue our mission to serve Native America.
We continually work to enhance shareholder value as a result of being a well-managed, profitable organization.
We focus on properly underwritten lending activities to enhance economic development and produce employment on reservations and in other Native American communities.
We strive for increased capital generated from earnings and ongoing capital campaigns to provide support for the growth necessary to pursue our mission.
|Arctic Slope Regional Corporation|
|Association of Village Council Presidents|
|The Eyak Corporation|
|Old Harbor Native Corporation Settlement Trust|
|United Companies, Inc.|
|Arizona||The Navajo Nation|
|Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community|
|California||Table Mountain Rancheria|
|Colorado||Ute Mountain Ute Tribe|
|Connecticut||Mashantucket Pequot Nation|
|Florida||Seminole Tribe of Florida|
|Iowa||Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa|
|Louisiana||Tunica Biloxi EDC|
|Michigan||Grand Traverse Band EDC|
|Sault Ste. Marie Tribe|
|Minnesota||Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians|
|Montana||Blackfeet Indian Nation|
|Chippewa Cree Tribe|
|New Mexico||AMERIND Risk Management Corporation|
|North Dakota||Three Affiliated Tribes|
|South Dakota||Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe|
|Washington||Colville Tribal Enterprise Corporation|
|Marine View Ventures, Inc.|
|Wisconsin||Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin|
|Wyoming||Eastern Shoshone Tribe|
|Other||Wells Fargo Community Development Corporation|
|The Ford Foundation|
|The F.B. Heron Foundation|