Fifth Third Assistant Vice President and Environmental Sustainability Leader Jeremy Faust will participate on a Climate Week panel hosted by Rubicon titled “How ESG Will Shape Our Resilient Future” on Sept. 23, 2020 at 1 p.m.
CINCINNATI, September 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Fifth Third Bank, National Association, today announced an exciting new $1.2 million program called Innovation meets Main Street: Boosting Black Women-Owned Businesses, a partnership between AEO and LISC powered by Fifth Third Bank.
Momentum app rounds up purchases to pay loans off faster
CINCINNATI, September 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Momentum™ recently hit a milestone: It now has helped customers pay down $5 million in student loan debt. The Fifth Third Momentum app, which launched three years ago, allows customers to round up their debit card purchases to apply to a student loan.
On Sunday, September 13, WTTW News will launch CHICAGO TONIGHT: BLACK VOICES, an additional new program to bring to the forefront the diverse voices of Chicago’s Black community. Fifth Third Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor of CHICAGO TONIGHT: BLACK VOICES which will air every Sunday night at 6pm.
CINCINNATI, September 3, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Bank, National Association, today announced that it has joined the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Partnership Challenge, sponsored by the HBCU Caucus. The bipartisan initiative strengthens public-private investments in HBCUs to ensure their future sustainability, increase career prospects for their students, and advance diversity and inclusion within all sectors of employment.
Fifth Third Assistant Vice President and Environmental Sustainability Leader Jeremy Faust will participate in a panel at the Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy in Ohio on September 1. The panel, “Multi-Billion Dollar Ohio Solar Industry and its Benefits for Ohio Communities” features participants from Ohio University, First Solar and Open Road Renewables in addition to Fifth Third Bank. The event is co-hosted by the Toledo Regional Chamber.
In May, executive leaders at Fifth Third Bank shared their initial thoughts about the company’s responsibility to society, as individuals and as an organization, to stand firm against racism and inequality. Over the last two months, the Bank has reaffirmed its commitment to an equitable environment for its employees and the people it serves through various activities.
Although many graduations didn’t occur in person this year, Fifth Third Bank’s class of 2020 Project SEARCH interns wore their caps and gowns to virtual graduation ceremonies to celebrate their achievements.
The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association has published its "Clean Energy Powered Businesses" infographic. Fifth Third was recognized for its 100% renewable energy achievement via its solar power facility in the Tarheel state.