​​As an FDIC-designated Minority Depository Institution (MDI), Popular Bank is a minority-led bank with a minority-driven mission.

Our Mission: To impact Latino and other low- to moderate income communities by offering broader access to essential financial solutions and services.

Our story is rooted in community.

Founded in Puerto Rico nearly 130 years ago as Banco Popular, or a “People’s Bank,” we made service to community the centerpiece of our financial mission and ethos. When we later opened our first U.S. mainland branch in 1961, in the Bronx, New York, financial inclusion remained imperative in our banking practices.

Today, through socially minded partnerships with financial empowerment organizations like Accion and Junior Achievement, as well as through our own Popular Foundation, we continue to initiate community investment and development and promote economic well-being for local low- to moderate income communities.

Anyone who needs our help should come to us without hesitation.” - Rafael Carrión Pacheco Former Chairman, Popular

Popular Profile: Community impact on the ground.

in community investments for every $100 you deposit.  (75% more than industry average.) 1

of your money is based locally in New York. 1

of community investments address housing concerns as well as lending needs for both small- and large-sized businesses.

Popular Bank community impact on the ground

With your partnership, we can help strengthen strategic activities related to mortgage credit and other lending solutions that further encourages Latino homeownership, spurs minority-owned business growth and sustains local development. Your support will also help your institution fulfill the requirements of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).

Consider a partnership with Popular Bank.

Connect with our Treasury Management team to learn more about Popular Bank’s role as an MDI and the strategic ways you might partner with us.

Popular Bank Treasury Management
Email: corporate.treasury@popular.com

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