AT NCRC CONFERENCE, GRASSROOTS COMMUNITY LEADERS WILL GATHER TO PUSH FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE

Washington, DC — On March 20-23, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition will hold its annual conference, and bring together hundreds of community organizations from across the nation. This year’s conference theme is “A Just Economy: Building Community Prosperity from the Ground Up.” “At the 2013 NCRC annual conference, community organizations from across the nation will […]

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NCRC Calls for Regulators to Block Bank of Hawaii’s Branch Closures in American Samoa

Washington, DC – Today, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition called upon bank regulators to block Bank of Hawaii’s planned exit from American Samoa. Bank of Hawaii plans to close their two branches in American Samoa after over forty years of business, leaving no American banks and only one deposit-taking institution in the territory. Yesterday, in […]

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NCRC Applauds Passage of San Diego Responsible Banking Ordinance

  Washington, DC — Today, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) applauded the passage of a local responsible banking ordinance in San Diego, California. “Local governments across the nation are continuing to pass measures to induce banks to invest in our communities in a responsible way,” said NCRC President and CEO John Taylor. “This is […]

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CFPB Action Against Capital One Confirms Issues Raised During Acquisition Challenge by NCRC

Washington, DC –  The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) today applauded the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for their enforcement action against Capital One. The action follows NCRC’s challenge of Capital One’s acquisition of ING Direct and HSBC’s credit card unit. NCRC argued that the company should not be allowed to become Too-Big-to-Fail given its record […]

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NCRC and ANHD Release Local Responsible Banking Ordinance Resources

Washington, DC – Today, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) and its member organization, the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD), released a set of resources to aid the advancement of local responsible banking ordinances in cities throughout the nation. Local responsible banking ordinances are laws designed to ensure responsible loans, investments, and services […]

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Responsible Banking Ordinances

Background on Local Responsible Banking Ordinances Local responsible banking ordinances are laws designed to ensure responsible loans, investments, and services for modest-income and minority neighborhoods. The ordinances require an evaluation of financial institution performance in serving modest-income and minority neighborhoods as part of the criteria for deciding which institutions receive municipal deposits and other city […]

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National Neighbors Silver

The rapid aging of our population demands a national dialogue on what it takes for today’s seniors and future retirees to live with dignity and economic security. NCRC believes that access to quality banking services and adequate housing options is fundamental to aging in place. National Neighbors Silver is a multi-year campaign to empower, organize […]

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