CRAIN’S: One of the Last Remaining Black-Owned Banks in Chicago Area Needs Rescuing

Norman Williams. Photo by Crain’s.  Monday, June 8, 2015 || Originally Published: Crain’s Chicago Business || 5/6/15 || By Steve Daniels Only two black-owned banks remain in Chicago, and the oldest is in need of a rescue. Illinois Service Federal Savings & Loan, a thrift founded by 13 African-American men in 1934 as a depositor-owned lender serving credit-starved Bronzeville, is seeking a $7 million lifeline. … Continue reading CRAIN’S: One of the Last Remaining Black-Owned Banks in Chicago Area Needs Rescuing