This panel discussion highlights new partnerships between banks and CDFIs that promote greater access to the financial system, enhance wealth accumulation, and improve the financial health of low-income households. Featuring Robert Annibale, Citi Community Development and Citi Inclusive Finance; Janie Barrera, LiftFund; Charles Hammerman, Disability Opportunity Fund; Cathie Mahon, National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions; Joe Duran, Self-Help Federal Credit Union. Moderated by Annie Donovan, Director of the U.S. Treasury Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. Part of the 2016 National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference.
Small business owners take note, community development financial institutions (CDFIs) are local and capable of providing affordable loans and business planning. CDFIs primarily finance in low- and moderate-income communities. This video describes CDFIs in simple, easy-to-understand terms, with the intent of encouraging more entrepreneurs to imagine the possibility of growing a business with the support of a CDFI.
Learn more about the role that Capital Impact Partners, as a mission driven Community Development Financial Institution, plays to help transform underserved communities into strong, vibrant places of opportunity.
A description of what it means to be a Community Development Financial Institution
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In this module, CDFI Fund Representatives explain the CDFI Certification Process.
Tennessee Bankers Association's President/CEO Colin Barrett shares how banks benefit from working with CDFI's like Pathway Lending. Pathway Lending helps banks meet their CRA requirements, strengthen borrowers, and help small businesses. Banks can also get tax credits from investing in Pathway Lending. learn more at pathwaylending.org.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis hosted a day-long workshop on May 24th, 2018 aimed at improved understanding and utilization of the New Markets Tax Credit in financing projects in Native communities. In this segment (part 3 of 5), roles and responsibilities of various involved parties are covered, including CDFI Fund, IRS, CDE, tax credit investors, leverage debt providers, and borrowers. Presenters were Bill Luecht of the CDFI Fund, Rosa Martinez of CDFI Fund NMTC Program, and Karen Williams of InfraStructure Oregon.
"Getting Started" Q&A Session for the FY 2018 CDFI Program and NACA Program Application Webinar. Recorded on February 14, 2018 (Audio Only)