Kiko Davis, The Only Black Female Bank Owner In The US, Believes In Collaboration Over Competition

Kiko Davis Rolling Out

“No matter how great a player you may be, you can’t win unless you build a great team.” ~Kiko Davis

Kiko Davis is the trustee of the Donald Davis Living Trust, the majority stockholder of First Independence Bank, the 10th largest African-American owned bank in the United States, as well as founder and president of the Don Davis Legacy Foundation.  Her late husband, Don Davis, was a musician and producer.  Together the pair rebuilt the struggling First Independence Bank.

Kiko’s philanthropic efforts include support of organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History and many other organizations that serve the community.

1 Comment

  1. Trency Jordan
    November 16, 2018 / 4:28 pm

    Hello Ms Davis . My name is Ms Jordan . I am looking to buy a primary home by the first of 2019 .like to know, can I do so under Ucc 1. Or my All Caps name.

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