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Black-owned Columbus bank Adelphi proposed by business leaders

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The new Ann B. Walker Plaza is part of the Adelphi Quarter development along East Long Street that will include the proposed Adelphi Bank.

A Black-owned bank could be coming to King-Lincoln/Bronzeville, a neighborhood known for its long legacy of Black entrepreneurship. 

A group of Columbus professionals has filed an application with the Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of Financial Institutions to incorporate the state-chartered Adelphi Bank near the intersection of East Long Street and Garfield Avenue.

The proposed incorporators include the names of business and community leaders Franklin County Commissioner Kevin Boyce; former Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman; emergency medicine physician Kamran Haydar; Crabbe Brown & James Managing Partner Larry James; former Fifth Third Central Ohio President and CEO Jordan Miller; OhioHealth President of External Affairs and Senior Vice President Karen Morrison; former Ohio State Controller and Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority board member Greta Russell; and Squire Patton Boggs Senior Partner Alex Shumate.

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