Town Hall: A Conversation with The Treasury on ECIP

Inclusiv Town Hall Series: A Conversation with The Treasury on ECIP

We Meet Tuesday, April 13 at 1:15 PM ET


Inclusiv invites you to the next webinar in our Town Hall series. We'll discuss the Treasury Department's Economic Capital Investment Program (ECIP) which will provide $9 billion in low-cost, long-term capital investments to community development financial institution (CDFI) depositories and minority depository institutions (MDIs). Join Treasury official, Noel Poyo, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Economic Development, Office of Domestic Finance as he answers your questions with information directly from the source. Learn all about the program and what can be expected for lenders and borrowers.

Please send all questions in advance to Jules Epstein-Hebert, Director of Membership, at before Monday, April 12 at 5PM ET.

To register, go to the link below:

Featured Speakers:


Noel Poyo, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Economic Development, Office of Domestic Finance, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Noel Andrés Poyo most recently served for fourteen years as Executive Director of the National Association for Latino Community Assets Builders (NALCAB), a non-profit membership organization that is the hub of a network of more than 120 community and economic development organizations that serve geographically and ethnically diverse Latino communities. Since 2015, he concurrently served as CEO of Escalera Community Investments, NALCAB’s subsidiary asset management company, which controls social investment funds designed to capitalize affordable housing projects and small businesses. Poyo’s 22 year career has focused on integrating low-income people and immigrants into mainstream financial services and real estate sectors of our economy as well as improving the livability and economic resilience of low-income neighborhoods and affordable housing communities. He has played diverse roles in the implementation of community development projects valued over $1 billion. From 2015 to 2017, Poyo served as one of 15 members of the Community Advisory Council for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He has extensive experience advising the executive leadership of some of our nation’s largest banks as well as numerous nonprofit lenders and social investors. A graduate of Yale University, Poyo is bicultural and bilingual. He is a proud husband and father of three girls.

Christopher Weaver, Director of Policy for the Office of Community Economic Development, U.S. Department of the Treasury

As the Director of Policy for the Office of Community Economic Development, Christopher Weaver provides policy advice to senior leadership related to small business, community development and affordable housing issues. Christopher has more than 20 years of experience as an attorney, banking regulator, and community economic development practitioner. Prior to assuming his current role, he was the Director of Treasury’s Officer of Consumer Policy where he focused on financial inclusion, consumer protection and financial literacy. Christopher has a bachelors from Arizona State University College of Business, a Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law and a Masters from the London School of Economics.

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