Community Development

Defining the Future of CDFI Capital and Capacity in the Southeast


Wed., July 18, 2012 - Thu., July 19, 2012
9 a.m. - 12 a.m.

Charlotte Office, Charlotte, NC

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The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and Opportunity Finance Network (OFN), in partnership with NeighborWorks® America and the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, will host a Southeastern Community Development Finance Conference and OFN Regional Meeting.

This two-day event will include networking and joint learning on topics geared toward certified CDFIs, community development finance professionals, lenders, foundations, investors, community-based organizations and policy makers.

The agenda will focus on investment and collaboration strategies for building community development finance capacity in the southeast.

Topics will include social investing, institutional and individual investment strategies, cross-sector collaboration, partnership development, enhanced capital deployment strategies, growing to scale in the southeast and next generation leadership. The event is free to attend but registration is required.



Community development financial institutions, community development banks and credit unions, community development organizations, financial institutions, foundations, social investors and industry leaders should plan to attend.





Biographies for Presenters

Community Development Financial Institutions: A Unique Partnership for Banks

Defining the Future of CDFI Capital and Capacity in the Southeast

The Power of Cross-Sector Collaboration: the NYS CDFI Coalition

CDFIs and the U.S. Crowdfunding Act

Community Investment Capital Absorption: an Overview

The Future of Crowdfunding for CDFIs

Connecting Impact & Efficiency through Technology

Connecting Impact and Efficiencies through Technology Tools:

The Capital Absorption Capacity of Places: A Functional Framework

Community Development Finance in the Southeast

CDFI Industry Analysis: Summary Report

Loan Databases: Primary Source and Derivative Databases

The Future of CDFI Capital and Capacity in the Southeast



Deadline: July 18, 2012

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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Community Development
(804) 697-8631