our mission statement
The purpose of the association is to promote the welfare and success of the member companies, to improve their interaction within our industry and service to the northwest Ohio community.
We shall endeavor to provide continuing education and compliance awareness with all local, state, and federal laws pertaining to the industry to enhance the professional growth and development of our members.
We shall recognize the obligation for our members to act in accordance with the highest standards of business ethics, including, but not limited to the Mortgage Bankers Association Cannon of Ethics.
We shall support and encourage our membership to engage in fair, affordable housing initiatives that will promote homeownership for all segments of the community.
MBANWO began in Toledo in 1988. The membership year runs from January through December. We are a non-profit unincorporated association.
Monthly meetings are generally scheduled for the third Tuesday of each month, with the exception of June, July, August, and December.
Programs feature speakers of interest ranging from current industry events happening in Northwest Ohio and the mortgage and financial industry. Longer education programs may be scheduled when current topical information occurs.
The annual inauguration of officers and directors is a banquet held in January. An award is given in honor and memory of William G. Hodupp, one of the pioneers of independent mortgage banking in Toledo.
Several other special events, primarily social in nature, are scheduled throughout the year. The annual golf outing is named for Red Barron, one of the Association’s founders and the first president. A guest bartender night, wine and beer tasting events and axe throwing have also been popular events to raise money for charities. Toledo MetroPark tours, UT tailgate parties, chartered river cruises, and the Lights Before Christmas at the Zoo have been other fun events held in the past.
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For questions about events, membership or fees, please contact our Administrator Christi Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-283-3928.