Inclusiv Town Hall Series:
Two-Installment Conversation on the
Emergency Capital Investment Program (ECIP)
First Session: Tuesday, June 8 at 1:15 ET
Tools and Guidance to Apply for ECIP
Inclusiv invites you to the latest webinar in our Town Hall series. We'll discuss the Treasury Department's Emergency Capital Investment Program (ECIP), which is providing $9 billion in low-cost, long-term capital investments to community development financial institution (CDFI) depositories and minority depository institutions (MDIs).
If your credit union was CDFI certified as of December 31, 2020 and is currently low income designated, then it is eligible to apply for long term, inexpensive secondary capital. Still wondering if this is the right fit for your credit union? There’s still time to apply. Join the Inclusiv team to learn about tools and guidance that may help you make an informed decision.
The ECIP program represents a historic opportunity to access an unprecedented level of resources to support the growth of your institution as the country continues its economic recovery process.
Secondary Capital is high octane fuel that your credit union can use to absorb and leverage the liquidity that our industry is experiencing. Do not let this opportunity pass you by.
To participate in the discussion on June 8th, please click the link below at:
New Session Added: Tuesday, June 15 at 12:00 PM ET
Discussion with Treasury Officials - Questions and Answers on the Latest FAQs
We will be joined by Christopher Weaver, Director of Policy for the Office of Community Economic Development at the Department of Treasury, who will be available to answer questions from Inclusiv members. Attend the discussion to learn more about the program and what credit unions can expect.
Please send all questions in advance to Jules Epstein-Hebert, Director of Membership, at firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday, June 11 at 5:00 PM ET.
To participate in the discussion with Treasury on June 15th, please click the link below at:
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.