After a great deal of consideration and out of an abundance of caution, the Federal Reserve, FDIC, and OCC have decided to postpone the National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference (NICRC) scheduled in Denver March 9 to 12. Registered attendees will be receiving a message from the NICRC organizers letting them know that we are working to reschedule the event later this year.

How can we work together to foster equitable community investments? The 2020 National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference is your chance to connect with leaders and your peers from across the country and find out what works.

Join us on March 9 to 12 in Denver where we will explore new partnerships and strategies to advance equitable growth. The conference program features:

  • • Community Reinvestment Act modernization updates and compliance training for banks of all sizes
  • • Emerging community development trends and issues
  • • Tours highlighting on-the-ground success stories in Denver

Visit the conference website to learn more and register, and earn continuing education credits for attending! Several organizations have approved the conference as a continuing education opportunity. Earn certified regulatory compliance manager (CRCM), certified lender business banker (CLBB), professional community and economic developer (PCED), and other credits.

NICRC brings together community development leaders, practitioners, investors, and policymakers for four days of insightful sessions and networking. Discover strategies to support small businesses, affordable housing, rural development, and inclusive growth efforts. Hear how regions are recovering from natural disasters and investing in community resiliency. Explore innovations in workforce development, including the role of investments in early childhood education and youth programs. And pick up new ways to get creative in your financing models to achieve results with more impact.

We hope to see you in Denver! Let's work together to create healthy and resilient communities.