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Author:Sanchez-Moyano, Rocio 

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Understanding Community Development Financial Institutions and their Impact in Low- and Moderate-Income Neighborhoods

Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) are mission-driven lenders that create economic opportunity for low-income communities and individuals throughout the United States. The history of CDFIs dates back to the 1970s. There are currently over 1,100 operating as banks, credit unions, nonprofit loan funds, and venture capital funds. CDFI financing leads to the creation of jobs, affordable housing, community facilities and more. This issue of the Community Development Innovation Review is a collection of research papers designed to expand our understanding of CDFIs and their ...
Community Development Innovation Review , Volume 15 , Issue 1 , Pages 152

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Paycheck Protection Program Lending in the Twelfth Federal Reserve District

Community Development Research Brief , Volume 2021 , Issue 01

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Fintech, Racial Equity, and an Inclusive Financial System

This issue of the Community Development Innovation Review examines the promise and pitfalls of financial technology, or fintech, for fostering racial equity and greater financial inclusion. Edited in partnership with the SF Fed’s Fintech Team and Aspen Institute’s Financial Security Program, this issue brings together a broad set of voices from people working in various roles—including in technology, community development, economic inclusion, regulation, and investment—to contextualize gaps in the financial system and consider ways to address them. The authors examine dimensions of ...
Community Development Innovation Review , Volume 15 , Issue 2 , Pages 132

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