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  • A Community Development Financial Institution providing financial products to underserved people and communities
  • Offers a variety of financial services
  • For new or established businesses


First established in 2004 as the First City Fund Corporation, New Haven Bank says it has been committed to investing capital locally to assist the economic and social improvement of New Haven. In 2012, it became a certified Community Development Financial Institution as part of its support for providing financial products to people and communities that have been underserved by traditional lenders.

Who’s it for?

Startups and established businesses in the New Haven area.


New Haven Bank is and will remain a locally owned, managed and governed bank dedicated to serving businesses, institutions and individuals in New Haven and nearby communities located in New Haven County. New Haven Bank will deliver competitive products and relationship-based services with a focus on face-to-face service quality and execution with excellence. New Haven Bank will maintain its promise to our community to be supportive of the neighborhoods and community organizations that work for the benefit of our populations at risk.

Resources & Services


New Haven Bank offers a variety of financing services, including commercial loans for acquiring or remodeling properties, refinancing existing commercial mortgages, construction loans, and lines of credit. New Haven Bank also offers commercial bank accounts and cash management tools, including remote deposit capture, ACH origination, and QuickBooks integrations.


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