Amalgamated Bank history

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Profile Magazine recently released a special feature about Mandy Tenner, Amalgamated Bank's Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel 

Does it really matter if a bank is socially responsible?  Who cares what the bank does with your money, just as long as it is there when you need it?  We care. At Amalgamated Bank, we believe banking – and the entire financial sector for that matter – must be responsible for its social and environmental impact. 

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Amalgamated Bank (Nasdaq: AMAL) announced today that Nina Webster has been appointed as the new Senior Vice President, Western Regional Director for the bank, effective immediately.

Today, I am proud to announce that we are the first bank in the United States to increase our minimum wage to $20 an hour for all full-time employees. By raising our minimum wage, we are continuing to honor our roots in the labor movement and to do our part in creating greater access and opportunity for our workers and their families.

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Keith Mestrich,  President and CEO of Amalgamated Bank, joined Cheddar News to discuss a recent study about how many consumers are not aware what happens when they deposit their money with their bank.

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Founded to support the city's union workers, Amalgamated plans to grow by financing socially responsible causes

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Effective July 1, Amalgamated will become the first bank to offer a $20 minimum wage building on its leadership in the ‘Fight for $15’

Today, we became the first bank in the United States to endorse the United Nation’s Principles for Responsible Banking. The Principles for Responsible Banking provide the framework for the sustainable banking system of the future.

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Amalgamated Bank (Nasdaq: AMAL) today announced that it has endorsed and committed to aligning its business to the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative’s Principles for Responsible Banking, making it the first U.S.-based bank to do so.

In strong job markets, such as the one we’re experiencing now, employers face the reality of a potentially fleeting workforce. An abundance of jobs, paired with the rise of transferable skills and the newfound mobility that workers enjoy, leaves companies with the task of continuously coming up with new and innovative ways to keep talent.