Community Investments Newsletter
to Current Index
Volume 11; No. 2; September 2000
September 2000 (PDF - 868KB)
- Cover (PDF
Notebook (PDF - 105KB)
-by Joy Hoffmann Molloy
Childcare: Innovative Approaches (PDF - 349KB)
Quality childcare plays a decisive role in the lives of our children
and the future of this country. This article explains the importance
of quality childcare and some of the innovative approaches banks are
using to address gaps in availability, affordability and capacity.
-by Jodi Nishioka, Planner, Project Lift-Off; City of Seattle
- Using CDFIs
to Reach the Unbanked (PDF - 340KB)
As new federal legislation is introduced to spur banking services
for the unbanked, many bankers have already embarked on innovative
methods to reach individuals without bank accounts. This article may
inspire some new ideas for your institution.
-by John Olson, Community Affairs Specialist: Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco
- 2000 Conference
Roundtable Q&A (PDF - 303KB)
Find answers to your CRA questions in this set of questions and
answers collected from the 2000 Community Reinvestment Conference.
- The Clock
Is Ticking On Privacy (PDF - 122KB)
With the recent passage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), financial
institutions can look forward to some rather complicated gymnastics
to address the issues of customer privacy under the new Privacy of
Consumer Financial Information (Regulation P), and the information
systems integrity portion of the statute.
-by Paul Dillard, Senior Examiner; Federal Reserve Bank of San
Act of 1999 Web Addresses
Update (PDF - 140KB)
Three members of the 12th District■s Leadership Councils share
their background, experience and successes working with CRA, and offer
words of wisdom for other CRA professionals.
-by Craig Nolte, Community Investment Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco
Bulletin (PDF - 189KB)
- Joy Hoffmann Molloy
Managing Editor - Lena Robinson
Contributing Editor - Jack Richards
Design and Layout - Cynthia B. Blake
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