The Alabama Recovery Coalition for the Financial Sector is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the resiliency and availability of Alabama's financial community by:
- Establishing an alliance with local EMA offices and other public agencies of state and local government which have emergency preparedness responsibilities for exchange of ideas and resources in order to act more quickly following a disaster or an event effecting financial services; and
- Addressing homeland security issues which require a collective response on the part of Alabama's financial institutions to provide financial services;
- Protecting the people working in the Alabama financial community while they safeguard their families;
- Making certain the public sector is aware of the importance placed on financial services availability by Alabama's financial community.
There are currently 127 banks with 203 representatives in the State of Alabama participating in the Coalition.
You can find out more information about ARCFS on the ARCFS website www.albankrecovery.com
ARCFS meetings are held three times a year to provide education to Alabama banks. They are usually held in March, June & November. When a meeting is planned a link will be placed on this page to register for the event online.
If you have any questions please contact the association at (334) 244-9456.