The Native American Financial Services Association represents the interests of Native American owned financial services providers
Protecting Native American sovereign rights and creating economic opportunities in Indian Country. We are NAFSA.
By working together, we can provide much-needed economic opportunity and development to Indian Country for the benefit of our tribal communities.
The Key Missions Of NAFSA Include:
To protect and preserve the sovereignty of Native American tribes while offering an unprecedented opportunity for tribal economic growth.
Growing Opportunity for Indian Country in the Financial Services Industry
Advancing Financial Literacy in Tribal Communities
Increasing Career Opportunities for Native Americans in the Financial Services Industry
NAFSA NEWS & UPDATES
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia recently found that consumers in underserved credit markets (like areas that have experienced bank closures) benefit from the additional credit supply provided by online lenders. In particular, study data showed that the online...read more
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported late last week that consumer spending was up 2.4% in 2016 to $57,311, but fell short of the 4.6% increase in 2015. Expenditures rose sharply for rental housing last year, as rental spending once again outpaced mortgage expenses....read more
A New York federal district court is preparing to hear the trial of payday-lender-turned-race-car-driver Scott Tucker beginning September 11th. Last year, federal district attorneys brought a $2 billion action against Tucker and his business associate, Timothy Muir,...read more
While the biggest banks continue to ignore credit demands from small businesses, FinTech companies are finding ways to help the nearly 28 million small businesses in America. Public-private partnerships are moving payment processing to the next level, and FinTech...read more
A recent study by Harris Poll on behalf of CareerBuilder, a talent acquisition company, found that 78% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, including nearly 1 in 10 who make more than $100,000 per year. Twenty percent of American workers have missed a payment...read more