NCIF 2021 Virtual Conference: Reimagining Mission-Oriented Banking
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NCIF 2021 Virtual Conference: Reimagining Mission-Oriented Banking

Please plan to join us April 19-22.

Early Bird Registration: $49 through 3/15/2021

>>Registration Fee: $99 starting on 3/16/2021

 

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This virtual event offers four days of content where key industry experts and leaders will share experiences, perspectives and actionable strategies that support sustainable, long-term change and growth in the mission-oriented banking sector and economic development in underserved and low-income communities.

WHEN: April 19 – 22, 2021
FORMAT:  Virtual
CONFERENCE TOPICS: Reimagining the Future of Mission-Oriented Banking – Perspectives from:

  • CDFI/MDI Industry
    • Investors
    • Regulators
  • Creating Alignment with Impact Investors
  • Business Case for Racial Equity, Diversity and Financial Inclusion
  • Measuring and Communicating Development Impact
  • New Markets Tax Credit Program Workshop
  • Regulator and Policy Perspectives

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Professionals and organizations who are stakeholders in the mission-oriented banking industry and support economic development of disadvantaged, underserved communities, including:

  • Executive management teams at community/mission-focused banks and organizations (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CLOs, CCOs, CROs and community development/CRA officers)
  • Boards of directors
  • Bank and ESG investors and lenders
  • Foundations and nonprofit executives
  • NMTC consultants, investors, lenders and professionals
  • Advisors to community banks including consulting, finance, investment banking, IT, legal, lending and strategy advisors
  • Banking and community development regulators
  • Academia and researchers

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KEYNOTES:

Jelena McWilliams, Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Jelena McWilliams
Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

James Lee Sorenson, Chairman, Sorenson Impact Foundation

James Lee Sorenson
Chairman, Sorenson Impact Foundation


Join CDFI Fund Director, Jodie Harris, in conversation with former CDFI Fund Directors, Annie Donovan and Donna Gambrell.

Jodie Harris, Director, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund)

Jodie Harris
Director, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund)

Annie Donovan, Chief Operating Officer, Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Annie Donovan
Chief Operating Officer, Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Donna Gambrell, President & CEO, Appalachian Community Capital

Donna Gambrell
President & CEO, Appalachian Community Capital

 


 

As part of NCIF mission to strengthen the sector, conference registration is offered at $49 (early bird) to make conference content available to more CDFI, Minority Banks and other mission-driven organizations and greater access to multiple people within the same organization.


 Questions or concerns? Please send a message to ncifconference@ncif.org