An Overview of the CRA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Virtual Event

The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) seeks to address inequities in access to credit for low- and moderate-income communities as well as underserved rural communities. Join the San Francisco Fed for an overview of a joint Fed, FDIC, and OCC proposal to update and modernize CRA regulation.

Voices of CDFIs, MDIs, and LICUs: A Listening Session on CRA Proposed Rulemaking

Virtual Event

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis invites you to a July 14, 2022, virtual discussion and listening session on how Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) proposed rulemaking could more effectively address the investment and credit needs of community development financial institutions (CDFIs), minority depository institutions (MDIs), and low-income credit unions (LICUs).

Financial Inclusion Roundtable, North Texas

Virtual Event

Join a roundtable discussion about City of Dallas Financial Empowerment Centers and Texas Homeowner Assistance Fund, and for an update on evictions in North Texas.

CRA Connections – Smaller Metros and Rural Counties

Virtual Event

Learn about current CRA-eligible loan and investment opportunities from community organizations that benefit low- and moderate-income, distressed and underserved communities in smaller metros and rural counties across the 11th District.

Interagency CRA Training 101 for CRA Officers and Bankers

Virtual Event

Are you a CRA officer with less than five years of experience? Join us for an overview of the CRA regulation and gain training on exam preparation, identifying community development opportunities, developing a CRA action plan, assessing community needs and determining performance context factors.

Community Reinvestment Act 101 for Nonprofits Serving Nevada

Virtual Event

This interactive workshop is for representatives from nonprofits and community-based organizations serving LMI communities in Nevada. It will cover current information and training on the CRA, how the CRA can benefit organizations and the communities they serve, and how organizations can work constructively with banks to improve their neighborhoods and communities.