About Bay Bank
Bay Bank was founded in 1995 by the Oneida Nation and a group of five Green Bay area business men. They intended to provide the Green Bay area community with a locally controlled financial institution. This institution would be free from bank mergers and consolidations that were becoming common to the larger financial institutions.
In 2000 the Oneida Nation became the sole owner of Bay Bank which had already grown to $65 million in assets. The operations and policies of the bank remained similar to before the purchase, except Bay Bank now provided more federally funded programs to directly assist tribal members. In addition, Bay Bank and the Oneida Nation developed some unique mortgage and entrepreneurial programs to assist Oneidas in obtaining housing and starting business ventures. Bay Bank is the only Green Bay bank to offer the HUD Section 184 Indian Housing Loan Guarantee Program for “Fee Simple, Leased, or Trust Properties.” This loan offers any Native American that is part of.….. Continue reading about Bay Bank here.
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