A new financial wellness program designed in partnership with the WNBA for its players
As a WNBA Changemaker league partner, U.S. Bank has committed to providing financial resources to all WNBA players and today introduces a league-wide financial wellness program called “Beyond Basketball: A Guide to Securing Your Financial Goals.”
Through this program, U.S. Bank offers all WNBA players a dedicated site with financial education content and consultation opportunities with U.S. Bank advisors.
The customized digital platform is curated specifically for WNBA players based on their unique needs. Signature topics tailored to WNBA players includes defining financial goals, entrepreneurship, wealth management and homeownership. U.S. Bank also provides foundational financial curriculum on savings, credit, budgeting, debt management, protecting your money, investing and charitable giving.
“We are excited to team up on ‘Beyond Basketball’ with U.S. Bank and expand on our partnership with a WNBA Changemaker,” said Bethany Donaphin, Head of WNBA League Operations. “Providing a financial wellness program with numerous resources demonstrates the commitment of the WNBA and its partners to being a player-first league. This program will contribute to the long-term financial wellness of WNBA players.”
WNBA players will have the opportunity to work closely with U.S. Bank wealth advisors, bankers and mortgage professionals who are focused on supporting minority-owned small businesses, part of U.S. Bank Access Commitment™, the company’s long-term approach to help close the racial wealth gap. The advisors will be available to work with players on specific goals ranging from entrepreneurship, home ownership and building generational wealth.
“Providing a financial wellness program with numerous resources demonstrates the commitment of the WNBA and its partners to being a player-first league."
Bethany Donaphin, Head of WNBA League Operations.
“Building confidence and power around our personal finances is something all of us need,” said Kaori Yamada, senior vice president and head of Financial Education Strategy for U.S. Bank. “Our partnership with the WNBA extends beyond traditional marketing benefits, as we are seeking to use our core expertise as bankers to help these talented women with all their financial education needs as they succeed in their professional basketball careers and build their wealth. We look forward to partnering and working with them on their journeys.”
Throughout the season, U.S. Bank will offer other financial education opportunities for WNBA players, such as a financial education session that took place last month as part of Rookie Orientation and a Career Empowerment Panel that will take place later in the year.
About U.S. Bank
U.S. Bancorp, with approximately 77,000 employees and $682 billion in assets as of March 31, 2023, is the parent company of U.S. Bank National Association. The Minneapolis-based company serves millions of customers locally, nationally and globally through a diversified mix of businesses: Consumer and Business Banking; Payment Services; Corporate & Commercial Banking; and Wealth Management and Investment Services. Union Bank, consisting primarily of retail banking branches on the West Coast, joined U.S. Bancorp in 2022. U.S. Bancorp has been recognized for its approach to digital innovation, social responsibility, and customer service, including being named one of the 2023 World’s Most Ethical Companies.
The WNBA, which tipped off its 27th season on May 19, is a bold, progressive basketball league that stands for the power of women. Featuring 12 teams, the W is a unique sports property that combines competition and entertainment with a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and social responsibility. Through its world-class athletes, the in-game fan experience, TV and digital broadcasts, digital and social content and community outreach programs, the league celebrates and elevates the game of basketball and the culture around it.
In 2020, the WNBA and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) signed a groundbreaking eight-year CBA that charts a new course for women’s basketball – and women’s sports overall – with a focus on increased player compensation, improvements to the player experience, expanded career development opportunities and resources specifically tailored to the female professional athlete. Key elements of the agreement are supported through the league’s partnership platform, WNBA Changemakers, with AT&T, the WNBA’s Marquee Partner and inaugural Changemaker, as well as fellow inaugural Changemakers Deloitte and NIKE, Inc, and subsequent additions Google, U.S. Bank and CarMax. During the 2020 season, the WNBA and WNBPA launched the WNBA Justice Movement forming the Social Justice Council with the mission of being a driving force of necessary change and continuing conversations about race and voting rights, among other important societal issues.
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Consumer availability in Q1 2022 is expected to spur biller use of convenient Request for Payment tool.
U.S. Bank activates ATM network across the country to accept donations to the American Red Cross, donates $25,000 to foundation supporting Boulder Valley School District.
Employees’ agility, compassion and volunteerism make a huge impact.
Nas Iqbal is deployed in Kuwait and was sent to support the emergency evacuation in Afghanistan.
U.S. Bank employees share impact of their involvement with Home Start in San Diego.
U.S. Bank sends our mobile banking unit to impacted area, and activates our ATM network across the country to accept donations to the American Red Cross.
Bank Director ranks company among the 10 Best National Banks.
USBCDC major investor in first public high school on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and first Career Technical Education high school on a Native reservation in the U.S.
Solution helps businesses instantly provide virtual corporate cards to customers, employees and contractors.
As part of the acquisition, more than 250 PFM Asset Management employees have joined U.S. Bank.
The firm is the third recipient of the annual award, which recognizes one of the Law Division’s preferred law firms for advancing diversity in the legal profession.
U.S. Bank has a longstanding relationship with Phoenix-based Trellis, including providing down payment assistance for first-time homebuyers.
The 2800 E. Lake Street property will be redeveloped for housing, commercial and outdoor retail use and arts and cultural spaces.
2021 Impact Award in Product Development awarded to the company by the Aite Group.
Support of minority depository institutions is part of the bank’s ongoing commitment to help close the racial wealth gap.
Campaign encourages everyone to take some time to give back on Nov. 30.
U.S. Bank revisits veteran recipients of previous home, car and home repair donations with care packages worth up to $5,000.
The company also sets goal to source 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and sets an environmental finance goal of $50 billion by 2030.
Importance of helping local community, leaving a lasting legacy shine through in survey responses from financially comfortable Black consumers.
Kedia, Vice Chair, Wealth Management and Investment Services, and Cunningham, Chief Diversity Officer, discuss the results, what surprised them and what U.S. Bank plans to do with the results.
Market with less than 350 employees volunteers 1,200 hours during annual companywide campaign to provide direct support to nonprofits.
Businesses can now offer this simple, secure, real-time payment option to their customers.
U.S. Bank has appeared on the list each year since it began in 2010.
Kroger Rewards World Elite Mastercard® gives cardmembers savings of 25¢ off per gallon of fuel plus 5% back on mobile wallet spend.
Innovative program helps rebuild American manufacturing and the lives of veterans
First-of-its-kind arrangement expands alliance between U.S. Bank and State Farm.
The department’s initiatives to advance equal access to justice and foster equity in the legal profession have received recent acclaim.
Tacoma, Wash., non-traditional college student Kimber Jones is a winner of the semiannual program.
U.S. Bank is now connected to the Akoya Data Access Network – the first since February’s acquisition. The move unlocks new, quicker and more secure options and helps put control over personal financial data back in the hands of consumers.
U.S. Bank honored by Small Business Administration Minnesota District and Colorado Governor.
Flora Rees-Arredondo weaves culture and identity into her visual art, including her design for our new debit card.
The owner of a growing dessert catering business has received financing from U.S. Bank partner Grameen America.
U.S. Bank private wealth advisor Tyree Walton spends weekends officiating college football games.
We are investing in the future of fintech and accelerating our dedicated fintech engagement team.
Looking back on rolling out our first companywide giving platform with a nationwide relay five years ago.
Lending, Investment and Service tests also given “Outstanding” ratings.
The project exemplifies a journey to the big leagues for the team and the bank.
Nallasivan joins the bank with years of experience in customer experience-focused data and analytics.
Relyea will work across our company to develop strategic assessments of emerging technologies and products.
Banks evaluated on customer service, savings and checking accounts, and digital tools during COVID-19 pandemic.
Customers are encouraged to contact our designated federal government shutdown line.
Companies can quickly provide access to a corporate card as well as set spending limits and expiration dates.
Five-year investment highlights our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
His initial focus will be maximizing the use of RTP® and Zelle® throughout the company.
Both based in Minnesota, U.S. Bank and Best Buy have a long history of working together.
We’ve grown into one of the largest players in the space over the past decade under Bill Mulvihill.
We’re thanking healthcare workers and others who are helping their communities amid COVID-19.
In Arizona, the bank is helping a local food bank serve the community amid COVID-19.
Mark Runkel is experiencing firsthand the long-term impact of Special Olympics and its Polar Plunge.
The annual Twin Cities Business Magazine feature honored three leaders in 2020.
The new branch featured a team of bankers and the latest technology.
The business is part of Corporate & Commercial Banking.
Corporate & Commercial Banking is one of four main business lines at the company.
The announcement also includes additional support for African American Alliance.
How Cincinnati hip hop nonprofit Elementz is preparing youth artists for careers in music and more.
First mobile solution to push virtual cards to mobile wallets for businesses.
Businesses gain simplicity, efficiency and ability to compete in rapidly-growing digital marketplace.
Investments bring benefits to environment, communities.
Continues expansion of world-class digital capabilities for small businesses.
New solar project in Arkansas exemplifies trend in job creation and environmental sustainability.
The national charter for predecessor First National Bank of Cincinnati was signed in 1863.
U.S. Bank subsidiary Elavon partners with Year Up to provide job opportunities for low-income young adults.
Cardholders can also qualify for an annual software expense credit.
Grants to CDFIs will provide technical assistance to real estate developers of color.
The $1 million annual Market Impact Fund to support 20 organizations and their leaders.
The U.S. Banker is a regular fixture of the nonprofit scene.
Collaboration with nCino will result in an easy-to-use platform with greater efficiencies for clients through entire lending process.
The Rebundle founder is $25,000 winner of the 2021 U.S. Bank Foundation Cleantech Inclusion Award.
The $30 million bond will support housing developers of color.
U.S. Bancorp Asset Management will acquire PFM Asset Management.
U.S. Bank provided an $8 million investment to help the nonprofit expand its impact in St. Louis.
Chris Taylor is channeling his passion and our core values to make a difference in his community.
Our Chief Diversity Officer Greg Cunningham reflects on the historic Kerner Commission – and expresses optimism that this time will be different.
U.S. Bank and Operation Homefront partnered to donate a mortgage-free home to Mark and Cynthia Porter.
A recent makeover is the latest in how employees make sure the branch reflects its surrounding community.
We supported dfrntpigeon through our $1 million annual fund that goes toward workforce development, arts and culture and affordable housing.
With support from U.S. Bank, the St. Louis nonprofit is helping Kevin Geekie realize his dream.
Glynda Dickinson turned to an old bank vault and new technology to help customers.
This Minnesotan nonprofit’s cookies-with-a-cause will be a hot commodity for tourists braving the cold.
We’ve created a virtual employee volunteer network and adjusted its community giving programs.
We’ve invested more than $100 million in Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood since 2009.
U.S. Bank and our employees have long been a part of the historic Five Points neighborhood in Denver.
The annual event put on by The Atlantic gathers leaders across industries to discuss consequential issues.
U.S. Bank provides employees with paid time off to spend volunteering in their community.
Bryan Schrader, Ed Hawk, Mark Bricker and Todd O’Neal share what the home donation means for their families.
U.S. Bank and Freedom Alliance have partnered to donate 12 homes to wounded veterans in recent years.
The personal finance publication also named U.S. Bank the best mortgage lender for ages 18-34.
How one banker has overcome adversity and prospered thanks to a steady job and personal determination.
Kedia is working to promote diversity and inclusion in banking.
He draws from his past to shape his present and future as a leader at U.S. Bank.
We partner with organizations such as Veterans Community Project to provide housing for veterans in need.
The senior risk management executive shares his view from inside a 2020 Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.
Our branch employees are rallying around local partners amid business disruption caused by the pandemic.
Lawrence Arts Center is one of 20 inaugural grant recipients from the $1 million U.S. Bank Market Impact Fund.
The growing Los Angeles small business received support from PACE and U.S. Bank.
We continue to invest in the community as part of its expansion in Charlotte.
Community input and creative financing has transformed Iberville public housing project into Bienville Basin.
The marketing campaign analyst and avid runner raised money for a nonprofit combatting human trafficking.
U.S. Bank helped develop a financing structure that has made homeownership possible for thousands of people.
The new study explores women’s relationships with money.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, U.S. Bank is recognizing Latinos helping one another realize their aspirations.
We donated $50,000 through our inaugural Market Impact Fund to make the project possible.
Based in Denver, the ski industry expert and theater fan leads a national team serving middle market clients.
U.S. Bank has partnered with Technovation for the past three years to help introduce girls to technology careers.
U.S. Bank has provided $6 million in grants to help arts, culture and recreation nonprofits adapt amid COVID-19.
The new data is from the proprietary and third annual Healthcare Payments Insight Report from U.S. Bank.
The nonprofit organization led by Jennifer Openshaw provides girls with business education similar to an MBA.
From defying unwritten rules to shaping those written, Kathy Goucher left her mark on U.S. Bank.
The U.S. Bank mortgage leader reflects on how its passage opened the door for his family.
With U.S. Bank funding, the center is opening on the site of a convenience store burned down during 2014 unrest.
U.S. Bank employees used paid volunteer time off to lend a hand in their community.
We recently hosted a webinar to help older adults and caregivers protect their finances.
New live video enhancements give customers support and guidance from their local branch banker, wherever they are.
The branch is located in the first officially recognized LGBTQ+ neighborhood in the United States.
David Little is one of eight annual recipients of the nonprofit’s Gold Leadership Award.
U.S. Bank recently donated $1 million to Chicago nonprofit CNIMFG to expand access to capital.
The pandemic has brought an urgency to tackling what have been taboo conversations for many families.
U.S. Bank and nonprofit PACE have helped the business stay on track for growth as it has navigated COVID-19.
The Royal British Legion is using cashless terminals to collect donations supporting service members and families.
U.S. Bancorp subsidiary pivots to meet digital needs of its more than 1 million customers worldwide.
The acquisition is part of Elavon’s strategy to help customers become more digital, efficient.
Elavon CEO Jamie Walker says acquisition will benefit customers of both companies.
ESOP’s financial literacy program is helping people build up savings, reduce debt and improve credit.
We teamed up with Microsoft and nonprofit Women in Voice for a virtual hackathon event.
King spoke about living as a legacy to parents Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.
The list has been a cultural staple for nearly five decades.
We are committed to supporting veterans and their families.
We donated $20,000 to create a new makerspace for Girls Inc.’s STEM program.
U.S. Bank intern Ryan Poehler is paying it forward on campus and grateful for those who have done the same in the workplace.
We are partnering with artists who helped create the Black Lives Matter street mural in uptown Charlotte.
Under Jonathan York, the team has been growing in the Windy City as competitors have left town.
Washington bankers took mobile banking to the next level after a customer service emergency.
Our chairman, president and CEO recently spoke with the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Four good old-fashioned rock and rollers are taking their show on the road with $20,000 from U.S. Bank.
Our tax credit equity investments are helping to build affordable housing, showcase cultural artwork and more.
The rapid integration enables improved choice and flexibility for customers when linking third-party apps with their accounts.
We won the top honor in three U.S. regions: Great Lakes, Plains and Southwest.
Our travel rewards credit card launches as desire to travel again takes off.
With funding and volunteer support, U.S. Bank looks to help those impacted in India.
Our employees will provide on-site counsel and guidance on financial, payments, technology and innovation topics.
We’re partnering with the nonprofit organization for the pilot program in Denver and Chicago.
We’re launching three new initiatives to meet growing needs of clients.
Earlier this year, we launched a new passive currency hedging service powered by Lumint technology.
This feature further enhances our leading corporate accounts receivable automation service.
The U.S. Bank innovation team has made it an annual part of our research efforts to attend CES.
Businesses will have until March 31, 2021 to apply or until funds run out.
We are joining the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service Mentor-Protégé Program.
AP Optimizer connects businesses to the established Bottomline Paymode-X network of 450,000 suppliers.
The tool is powered by currency management provider Lumint Corporation’s industry-leading technology.
The card offers rewards for takeout and delivery, as well as streaming services.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation released its 2021 Corporate Equality Index.
U.S. Bank invested $3.7 million to transform the building with a focus on historical education and anti-racism.
The performance honored North Carolina-born drummer and composer Max Roach.
Eduardo Arteaga will compete at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2021 in late February.
As part of broad commitment, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation is working to deepen relationships with Black developers.
The debit cards made with ROBP offer customers new way to show their love of the ocean and help the environment.
We pledge to do our part to combat biases and acts of violence against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Morikawa is a Major Champion on the PGA TOUR.
The annual conference is a hot spot for discussing culture and its impact on business and consumers.
When disaster strikes, our Mobile Financial Center ensures customers have access to essential banking services.
The patented Pay Yourself First feature gives customers intelligent recommendations to increase savings.
Our $4.2 million NMTC investment helped a pharmaceutical manufacturer expand operations.
Our retail payments head Steve Mattics discusses the design process behind the new U.S. Bank Altitude Go.
U.S. Bank will become the presenting partner of the annual Salute to the Negro Leagues game.
We donate vehicles to veterans in need through our Driven to Serve initiative.
The regional Commercial Banking leader’s expanded portfolio at U.S. Bank spans from Pacific Northwest to the Rockies.
State Farm customers can receive cash back on insurance premium payments and the things they buy every day.
Venturo and U.S. Bank recognized for new innovations developed in 2020.
The U.S. Bank Foundation grants were distributed to AAPI organizations across the country.
New business credit card was uniquely designed for business owners, by business owners.
U.S. Bank among first banks to use The Clearing House's new real-time payments system.
The new data is from a proprietary survey conducted online among 3,000 women and men across the United States.
We have a long history of community development and engagement in the neighborhood.
Customers are encouraged to access mobile and digital banking services or its ATM network that afternoon.
Customers can borrow between $100 and $1,000 with no hidden fees.
The bank is partnering with Girl Scouts of Western Ohio to provide hands-on training at its Cyber Defense Center.
The place-based investment approach continues with $1 million in grants to 40 small businesses on South and West Sides of Chicago.
The cards offer spending rewards and convenient technology such as contactless payment capabilities.
New process is designed to serve single-owner businesses seeking up to $250,000.
Digital checking account openings up 200% year-over-year following launch of new application experience.
We’re also rebuilding in our hometown Minneapolis to continue to support customers.
The executive appointments further our commitment to people, diversity, equity and inclusion, and business transformation.
We partnered with fintech company Alacriti.
Customers are encouraged to visit service information webpage or contact designated phone line.
Agreement will allow customers to connect their data using an application programming interface.
Dynamic Dozen reverse mentoring program connects U.S. Bank with next generation of consumers.
State Farm and its affiliates are the largest providers of auto and home insurance in the United States.
The app now also has a Spanish language option.
We rebuilt the app from scratch based on insights from customers.
The Harris Poll ranking polled Americans on resolve, trustworthiness, responsiveness and permanence.
It makes funds available faster and more often as merchants receive payments from customers.
Loans have the potential to support more than 800,000 employees across the country.
A unique voice-forward approach will give customers a simplified, intuitive way to bank unlike any other – just ask.
Terry Vaughn and others have found their home at a new apartment community funded by U.S. Bank.
The seven CDFIs receiving capital are across the country.
U.S. Bank Fraud Risk Analyst Adam Chinnock has volunteered more than 230 hours as a firefighter this year.
The program supports female and minority entrepreneurs driving innovation in environmental sustainability.
Accessibility consultant Christina Granquist shares how designing for disabilities shaped the new voice assistant in the U.S. Bank Mobile App.
The virtual event brought together founders, philanthropists and executives to talk about money
Ahmad is among a number of U.S. Bank employees who have helped the country respond to COVID-19.
Digital portal makes it easier to upload documents, retrieve asset and income information.
It is a series of initiatives across the business to increase wealth building opportunities, starting with the Black community.
The annual list is based on independent surveys.
He shares how the death of George Floyd has reawakened personal memories and has spurred professional action.
The magazine publishes the list annually.
U.S. Bank, Freedom Alliance and the Minnesota Timberwolves partnered to give back to U.S. Army veteran Sean Pearson.
Minnesota high school student Addison Gray is a winner of the semiannual sweepstakes program.
The well-being of our customers, colleagues and communities continues to be our top priority.
John McCoy is thriving at U.S. Bank and takes pride in calling himself a banker.
The continually improving feature is one of many ways that we have served customers amid the pandemic.
Our top priority is to keep people safe.
At U.S. Bank, we are working to respond quickly to the needs of our employees, customers and communities.
This longtime Cincinnati resident’s efforts to clean up her block has had a ripple effect on the community.
Our Minnesota-based company, and banking itself, looked very different the last time the big game came to town.
The community-inspired card design empowers customers to turn simple payments into meaningful actions.
The Lewis-Clark State College student is the recipient of an annual financial education scholarship from U.S. Bank.
We’ve relied on both technology and ingenuity to serve customers amid the pandemic.
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