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May 2021

FPP “Better Together” Virtual Session: The Fundamentals of CRA – What Every Financial Capability Practitioner Needs to Know About the Community Reinvestment Act

May 4 @ 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

Non-Profit Organization practitioners from frontline to executive level.  Bank and Credit Union Community Development Leaders.  Academia at all levels.  Government Agencies who serve low- to moderate-income households and communities.  For-Profit Organizations. 

All manner of Financial Capability practitioners, no matter through which type of organization you serve, benefit from a deeper understanding of all the details and nuance of the landmark legislation known as the Community Reinvestment Act.  This legislation, first enacted in the 1970s and since updated several times, plays a meaningful role in the work all Financial Capability practitioners do, regardless of the mission they serve.  

Join FDIC's April Atkins and OCC's Lisa Mifflin for this two-part series on Tuesday, May 4, and Tuesday, May 18, to explore:  

- an introduction to the three bank regulators of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), and the Federal Reserve Bank

- the basics of the Community Reinvestment Act

- how "community development" is defined for the Community Reinvestment Act

- the various ways that financial institutions meet community development needs and requirements, such as lending practices, service and active investment, among others 

- how to locate banks in your market and their posted CRA ratings provided to them by the regulatory agencies 

- bank asset size and CRA assessment areas

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FPP May 2021 “Better Together” Virtual Session: Principles for Creating Purposeful Bank Partnerships

May 11 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

Low- to moderate-income community members face mounting financial challenges during the current economic crisis.  One important way to provide relief is to connect them with safe and impactful bank products.

However, we know from research that low- to moderate-income households and communities are disproportionately unbanked or underbanked and incur high costs when they are banked.

In this interactive session, participants will discuss bank partnerships, especially with Community Banks, as a tool to connect LMI households to safe and impactful products.  In particular, we’ll ask: 

- Who is the ideal bank partner?

- What is the foundation for a meaningful partnership?

- What strategies can social service organizations deploy to form meaningful partnerships?

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FPP “Better Together” Virtual Session: An In-Depth Look at CRA – How the Community Reinvestment Act Supports Your Work in 2021 and Beyond

May 18 @ 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

Non-Profit Organization practitioners from frontline to executive level.  Bank and Credit Union Community Development Leaders.  Academia at all levels.  Government Agencies who serve low- to moderate-income households and communities.  For-Profit Organizations.

All manner of Financial Capability practitioners, no matter through which type of organization you serve, benefit from a deeper understanding of all the details and nuance of the landmark legislation known as the Community Reinvestment Act.  This legislation, first enacted in the 1970s and since updated several times, plays a meaningful role in the work all Financial Capability practitioners do, regardless of the mission they serve.

Join FDIC's April Atkins and OCC's Lisa Mifflin for this second installment of a two-part CRA series on Tuesday, May 4, and Tuesday, May 18, to explore:

a much deeper dive into the role of CRA and community development, with examples including areas of affordable housing, community services, small business, economic development, farm lending, revitalization and stabilization, disaster recovery, workforce development, COVID-19, and so much more!

how the regulatory agencies of the FDIC, OCC and the FRB can assist you with bank partnerships and related resources to fully leverage the CRA for developing your community!  

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June 2021

13th Annual FPP Financial Capability Training Conference – “FPP, Together Again!”

June 2 - June 3
Omni Orlando at Championsgate, 1500 Masters Blvd
Championsgate, FL 33896 United States
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Free – $199.99

13th Annual FPP Financial Capability Training Conference

This one-of-its-kind annual professional development event will be held Wednesday – Thursday, June 2nd – 3rd, 2021, convening hundreds of Financial Capability practitioners from across the state and the country, both live and virtual, to Learn, Influence, Connect and Partner!

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FPP June 2021 “Better Together” Virtual Session: Invest in Rising Youth – Strategies for Post-High School Success

June 23 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
Virtual Session, Registrants will receive an e-mail directly from Zoom to access this session.
Free

Investing in the rising generation through education, training and experience is an impactful way to increase their chances of success as others (including Financial Capability practitioners) support their planning for their future.  But how do they get started?

In this immersive, interactive virtual session, strategies and tips will be shared about resources and programs to help rising professionals start their post-high school journey to higher education, advanced training and certificate programs, or a new career.  Special emphasis will be placed on funding for education and unique program opportunities in Florida to help young people upskill their way to a brighter future.

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