The treasury secretary has discovered the key to Cabinet survival: flattering the boss.
She started at NCRC as a regional coordinator in 2015.
Today, and every day, we honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s courage and vision by standing unafraid and fully committed to a more racially and economically just America.
Here’s what the Treasury Department’s changes would do, and wouldn’t, toward solving four major problems we have outlined in our investigation.
A Q&A with Georgia Congressman John Lewis on how King recruited him into the civil-rights movement, what it was like to know the iconic activist, and how King’s legacy has shaped the world today.
The Department of Treasury has released a long-awaited report recommending the first meaningful reform to the Community Reinvestment Act since 1995.
The report “addressed what we have for a long time talked about with assessment areas. We think that is a step in the right direction,” said John Taylor, President and CEO of NCRC. But Taylor wanted to make sure that regulators do not lose sight of the importance of branch locations if they expand the assessments to other areas.
Trump administration kicks off reassessment of 1977 law that has ‘not kept pace’ with changes in banking
The Treasury’s recommendations come as federal bank regulators have indicated they will soon release a proposal to reform Community Reinvestment Act policy.