We believe we're at our best when we promote diversity across our supply chain.
Atlantic Union Bank is committed to establishing and maintaining supplier relationships that are as diverse as our customers and teammates. Our strategic supplier management practices are designed to identify and partner with diverse-owned businesses that deliver the highest level of service, quality and value.
We believe that Atlantic Union Bank’s success is tied to the success of the communities we serve. By doing business with diverse and small suppliers, we are building relationships within the community and contributing to the growth of companies who are invested in the success of the communities in which we operate.
Diverse suppliers offer a wide variety of products and services with various levels of scale. We know diversity and an inclusive supply chain are essential in developing innovative business solutions and delivering the best value and service to Atlantic Union Bank’s customers and the overall community. Our commitment is steadfast and purposefully driven.
Atlantic Union Bank's Supplier Diversity Program
Atlantic Union Bank's Supplier Diversity Program seeks to identify and develop partnerships with business enterprises that are a majority owned, operated and controlled by minorities, women, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, veterans, service disabled veterans, people with disabilities as well as small and disadvantaged business enterprises.
What you can expect as a program participant
- A level playing field – equal access
- To be included in our supplier database
- To be invited to sourcing events that are relevant to your company’s profile, when we deem that you have the skills to deliver the value we need
Products & services we may seek
- Professional support
- Over 400 active diverse suppliers identified in our footprint
- Atlantic Union Bank spent over $12 million with diversity suppliers
Become an Atlantic Union Bank Supplier
If you would like the opportunity to become an Atlantic Union Bank supplier, please submit a Supplier Registration Form and review our Supplier Code of Conduct. By completing our online questionnaire, you will provide us with information about your organization and the goods or services you can provide. The information will help Atlantic Union Bank assess your firm in order to be considered as a supplier. This does not constitute as pre-qualification status, but rather a registration.