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Unions

Founded by Labor, for Labor

Union banking from a bank that stands with Labor

Amalgamated Bank knows how unions work and what's important to Labor. Founded by a union nearly a century ago, we are the largest majority union-owned bank in the nation. As a mission-aligned bank with a deep commitment to making an impact for our shared cause, we support working families while moving America forward.

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PledgeUp
A new way to organize
  • A unique union mobile offering
  • Improve operational efficiencies
  • Automate the collection of dues
  • Cut turf to sign up new members
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Treasury Management
Cash management services

Control your accounts with our secure online system and conduct business more efficiently with direct deposit, ACH, positive pay and more.

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Investment Management
Helping unions succeed
  • We are committed to the highest standards of investment management
  • Full range of Equity, Alternatives and Fixed Income funds
  • Custody services include asset safekeeping, corporate actions, income collections, proxy services, account transition, asset transfer and conversion management
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First Vice President
Labor and Taft-Hartley

202-721-0760

Why Amalgamated?

Block
$4 billion

in assets

100%

giving to Democratic candidates

95 years

helping those who do good, do better

Unions we serve
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How we’re different

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IDNYC

Bank Filed Legal Brief in January Supporting Mayor de Blasio’s Efforts to Protect New Yorkers

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Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV)

It’s #BankingOnValues Day, a time when ethical citizens and leading change-makers around the world come together to celebrate the social, economic, and environmental good that responsible finance can generate.

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disaster relief

Heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Harvey has encumbered the fourth-largest city in the US, and new concerns are mounting from ongoing rain and flood damage.