“I am especially concerned by the new limitations placed on the housing sector in this tax reform, which will make it more difficult to expand our supply of affordable housing in the midst of a housing crisis. If the Senate cannot stop this terrible legislation, then they need to find another job,” said John Taylor, NCRC’s President and CEO.
“Otting is the new sheriff, and in assuming that responsibility we hope that working class Americans will still be fairly served by banks and able to access financial opportunity,” said John Taylor, President and CEO of NCRC.
“We must all hope now, that Congress and the President appoint somebody equal to or even better than Director Cordray. They must choose an appointee with a proven track record of commitment to protecting the interests of the people, not the industry. For the CFPB to have anybody lesser, would undermine both the spirit and intention of this agency” said John Taylor, President and CEO of NCRC.
IBERIABANK announced today a community benefits plan with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) and its community-based members and partners across the southeastern region of the United States.
“IBERIABANK has been actively engaged in meaningful conversations with our members to ensure that they are well positioned to meet the needs of underserved communities. This community benefits commitment is the gold standard and raises the bar for all banks on what constitutes a forward thinking community commitment,” said NCRC President and CEO John Taylor. “We very much appreciate the strong collaboration demonstrated by IBERIABANK’s executive leadership.”
Washington, DC – A new study released today by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) found that banking industry proposed changes to the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) would allow midsize banks to circumvent federal requirements to lend and invest in low and moderate income neighborhoods.These proposed changes would endanger billions in affordable housing and community development investment.
The bank’s “Inclusive Communities” plan will expand lending to low- and moderate-income borrowers and communities over five years, triple its philanthropy and add 10 new branches in New York City, Philadelphia and Boston.
Citizens just lost an invaluable protection from the ‘fine print’ that strips their right to go to court when cheated or taken advantage of by corporations.
WASHINGTON, DC – First Financial Corp., a regional bank headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, has committed $1.75 billion to a Community Development Plan negotiated with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition and a coalition of community organizations in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The plan, beginning in 2018, includes mortgage and small business lending in low- and moderate-income […]
Washington, DC – Today, in response to the release of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) rule to protect consumers from abusive payday and car title loans, NCRC President and CEO John Taylor made the following statement. “We applaud the CFPB for taking this crucial step to protect consumers. This will help stop abusive practices that trap working class consumers […]
Washington, DC – Today, in reaction to the release of the 2016 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) President and CEO John Taylor made the following statement. “Home ownership is the primary means by which America built the largest and wealthiest middle class in the world, a legacy that is […]