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banking reform

02-5-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in Banking, News, Policy, Research

This year, the City of Pittsburgh contracted with PCRG to help streamline the implementation of the City’s Responsible Banking Ordinance (RBO), passed in 2012. The Responsible Banking Ordinance brings the lessons of the federal Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to the local level. When Congress passed the CRA in the 1970s to combat redlining, its premise [...]

02-2-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News, Newsletter Archives

Table of Contents RCI Community Leader Spotlight: Jamie Cozza, Sharpsburg  Making Our Trips Count: Transit Survey Results Released 6,000+ Reasons Why the Smithfield Superstop Matters Important Dates for the 2016 Community Development Summit Don’t Forget – Submit Your Session for the 2016 Summit! PCRG Partners With City on Responsible Banking Ordinance Implementation February Events and [...]

01-12-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News, Newsletter Archives

Table of Contents The Power of Place: Sixth Annual Community Development Summit Bank Mergers & Acquisitions Offer Opportunities for Community Input PCRG Welcomes Two New Staff Members Frequently Asked Questions About the CARL Program Tackling Blight Together Gladstone Middle School Ready for Redevelopment January Events and Announcements The POWER of Place: Sixth Annual Community Development [...]

01-8-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in Advocacy, Banking, Members, News, Partners, Research

Josh Silver, Senior Advisor at National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), recently wrote about “Public Benefits and Bank Mergers” in a Shelterforce blog post. Silver writes, “…a merger represents an important opportunity for community groups to weigh in regarding credit needs in communities and whether banks are meeting these needs.” PCRG writes comment letters on all bank mergers and acquisitions in [...]