Volume 9; No. 3; Summer 1997
National Community Reinvestment Coalition Western Regional Conference
"Community Reinvestment in the Face of Interstate Banking and
December 4-5, 1997
San Diego, California
Join the nation's foremost community reinvestment experts and advocates
in San Diego, California for an intensive two-day conference to address
the regional impact of interstate banking and mergers. The program is
designed to build the capacity of beginner and advanced community reinvestment
professionals. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to receive cutting-edge
reinvestment training to better serve the communities in your area.
Who Should Attend...
Community-Based Organizations * Government and Industry Regulators
Non-profit Housing Developers * Banking and Finance Professionals
Small Business and Economic Development Organizations * Mortgage Lenders
Housing Advocates * CRA Officers * Fair Housing Organizations
Space is limited! Call Sylvia Aguilera now for more information: (202)
628-8866, extension 3012
Aida Alvarez, Small Business Administration
Senator Barbara Boxer
Henry Cisneros, Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Mark your calendar NOW!
...to attend the American Bankers Association
1997 National Community Development Lending Conference
Co-hosted by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
November 4-5, 1997 * Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
Network with bankers and regulators from across the country and bring
yourself up-to-date on:
- Developing or Expanding Affordable Housing Programs Small Business
- Small Business Lending and Investing Funding Sources for Rural Economic
- CD Securitization for Small Business and Affordable Housing
For more information about the ABA's 1997 National Community Development
Lending Conference please contact Debra Cruz at (202) 663-5103 today!
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
is proud to announce the completion of updated
"Community Investment Opportunities"
profiles for the following locations:
Idaho * Utah * Seattle * Portland
Each profile includes an analysis of a community's local economy, and
credit needs with a description of potential community-based partners.
To order copies, please contact June Yambao in the Community Affairs
Department at (415) 974-2978 or via e-mail at June