Apply for a scholarship to attend NCRC’s in-person HUD Certification training August 14 to August 18, 2023, in Denver. To participate in the in-person training, attendees must apply for a scholarship. A new course from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition invites you to immerse yourself into the process of HUD housing counseling certification. The course, …
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Figure Bank’s application for an OCC banking charter would have helped fintech companies crack the foundations of the Community Reinvestment Act.
Small business owners deserve the clarity and confidence that the CFPB’s Section 1071 rules will bring to the market for small business loans.
“The end of affirmative action will have repercussions far beyond college campus life,” NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol said of the Supreme Court’s ruling.
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) will host a regional summit in Denver September 26 – 27, 2023. The summit will bring together housing and community development leaders; faith-based organizations and fair lending advocates; financial institutions and environmental justice groups; as well as small business entrepreneurs, tribal leaders, public officials and academics to discuss and …
Santander Holdings USA, Inc. and NCRC announce a new community benefits agreement focused on community development and sustainable finance.
These bills are an opportunity for congressional leadership to show that both parties view affordable housing as a national priority.
VP Kamala Harris’s announcement should help to cure one of the core issues in appraisal bias: the fact that the industry is 97 percent White and male.
“Good cities shouldn’t do business with bad banks, so it’s great to see the New York commissioners take action here,” NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol said.
Barrágan and Miller-Travis bring complementary expertises in areas that reflect NCRC’s expanding vision.
A new 3-course series from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition invites you to explore the world of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). The series is designed for NCRC member organizations interested in launching a CDFI.
The NCRC Fellowship for Equitable Development aims to cultivate the next generation of community development leaders and empower them to make a tangible impact.
Dangerous arguments from “financial predators who miss the old days when there wasn’t a strong watchdog standing between them and our wallets.”
“KeyBank knew they violated their promises to marginalized communities, but chose to…prioritize damage control over doing the right thing.” — Jesse Van Tol