Thursday, March 15, 2018, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT
One in four American households is unbanked or underbanked, partly because of differences among places. Access to financial services varies by county and is often scarcest in rural communities and communities of color.
An idea under the Partnership’s strategy to ensure zip code is not destiny, Opening Mobility Pathways by Closing the Financial Services Gap puts forward four ideas for providing more people and communities access to capital to spur mobility from poverty.
William J. Bynum, Member, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty; Chief Executive Officer, Hope Enterprise Corporation
Diana Elliott, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute
Edward Sivak, Executive Vice President for Policy and Communications, Hope Enterprise Corporation
Lionel Foster, Communications Director, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty
Paper: Opening Mobility Pathways by Closing the Financial Services Gapevents@urban.org.