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The CRA: past successes and future opportunities

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Aspects of recent Japanese financial market liberalization

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The CRA within a changing financial landscape

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What problem are we trying to solve?

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What It’s Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation

The American economy is only as strong as the American household. In communities across the country, families are struggling to thrive. Learn what we can collectively do to tackle poverty and put more families on the path to financial well-being. A new book published by the San Francisco Fed in partnership with CFED, What It?s Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation, provides a 360-degree view of the financial problems and challenges millions of American households face. The book highlights the enormous creativity and innovation underway to improve ...
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California Post-RDA Affordable Housing Developer Survey

More than 400 Redevelopment Agencies (RDAs) played a critical role in the development of affordable housing across California for over 60 years. After the agencies were eliminated in 2012 in state budget negotiations, affordable housing developers had to adjust to a new funding landscape without the central source of state funding for subsidized housing development. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco?s community development department, in partnership with Housing California, surveyed the state?s affordable housing developers in October 2015 to learn how they are faring following RDA ...
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A tradeable obligation approach to the CRA

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Analysis of Community Development Needs and Opportunities in Los Angeles County

This analysis provides data on an array of community development needs and opportunities in Los Angeles County and is valuable information for financial institutions looking to align loans, investments, and services to community development needs in their markets. It is equally valuable for non-profits looking to maximize impact in the areas in which they operate.
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Nation-spanning credit cards

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