Community Reinvestment Conference

Adler, Joe
February 2006
American Banker;2/9/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 27, p6
Trade Publication
This article describes the upcoming biennial National Community Reinvestment Conference, sponsored by the four federal banking regulatory agencies, which will address recent changes to CRA rules and the ongoing effects of the Gulf Coast hurricanes. Speakers will include Janet Yellen of the Federal Reserve Banks, Mark Willis of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Thomas FitzGibbon of MB Financial Bank CDC, and Bruce Murphy KeyBank.


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