Bank On 2.0 Conference: Building a National Platform for Local Access to Banking Programs

Dear Bank On colleagues:

Since Bank On first launched in 2006, Bank On programs have spread throughout the nation and helped the unbanked population open more than half a million new transactional accounts in 100 cities.  Together, we are ready to take this work to the next level. The next step in the Bank On journey is the Bank On 2.0 Conference: Building a National Platform for Local Access to Banking Programs on Thursday, November 6 at the Knight Conference Center at the Newseum in Washington, DC.  This conference is put together by the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund.

The Bank On 2.0 conference will bring together partners from Bank On programs across the United States to participate in a day of learning and sharing dedicated to designing the next phase of Bank On.  As proof of how significant Bank On has become, the Honorable Martin Gruenberg, Chairman of the FDIC and the Honorable Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will address the conference. For the full program, click here.

Registration is $150 and ends on November 3, 2014.  Please email Suzanne Reisman with any questions.

 

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