The Department of Banking was created by Nebraska legislators to regulate state-chartered banks and other financial industries within the state. In 1939, regulation of state securities laws was also placed under the jurisdiction of the Department of Banking. Today, the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance regulates and supervises various financial industries on behalf of the State of Nebraska and its residents.
In September 1889, a group of 47 Nebraska bankers traveled to Kansas City to attend a convention of the American Bankers Association. While there, the Nebraskans decided to form a state association to represent Nebraska’s fledgling banking industry. Four months later, the Nebraska Bankers Association became a reality with the organization’s first convention held on Jan. 22, 1890. A total of 232 banks were represented at this organizing convention, and the Nebraska Bankers Association came into being.
The Nebraska Independent Community Bankers (NICB), an association, is committed to maintaining a strong representation for independent banks and the communities they serve. Financial institutions who are represented by a charter located in Nebraska; establish and operate within Nebraska a majority of their branches within the state of Nebraska; and make their primary customers and strategic decisions for the best interst of the communities in which they reside.
The Nebraska Credit Union League is a not-for-profit, trade association that represents the interest of Nebraska’s state and federally chartered credit unions and their nearly 425,000 members. The League was organized in 1934, and more than 70 years later, continues to focus on helping our member credit unions succeed.
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