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    Broadway, Suite 235. Compile information and data for statistical and financial reports. Broadway, Suite 235, Turlock, CA on or before the final filing date....
  • Relationship Manager - Broadway - Seattle, WA
    Experience in financial services and prior knowledge of financial services industry, products and solutions. Displays passion, commitment and drive to deliver...
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Broadway Financial Information
  • Broadway Financial Corporation
  • Industry: Banks
  • City: Los Angeles, CA
  • Broadway Federal Bank ("Broadway" or "Bank") was founded in 1946 as a mutual savings and loan by a group of civic minded men and women interested in creating a financial institution that would serve the depository and financing needs of African Americans residing in Los Angeles after WWII. The Bank received its Federal Charter on November 25, 1946.With an initial capitalization of $150,000, the Bank's Founders opened Broadway's doors to welcome the first savers on January 11, 1947.