Credit Building Virtual Symposium

June 16, 2020 - 11:00 AM

We would like to formally announce our invitation to join us virtually for our 7th Annual Credit Building Symposium!

Register here.

  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CBA will not be hosting the event in Washington, D.C. on June 17-19th, as originally scheduled.
  • We are working to finalize our revised schedule for the virtual event in the coming weeks. Currently available is a working agenda, subject to change.
  • If you have already registered, your registration is still in place for the virtual event.

From one stage – to all of our homes.

As the COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges to our day-to-day lives, it has further illuminated many of the existing barriers and issues within our current financial system for underserved (or LMI) individuals, families and small businesses. Most notably, it is clear that there is a deep need for innovations and solutions to ensure equitable access to asset building for all. CBA’s virtual symposium will put these issues center stage – allowing you the opportunity to learn and share about them with others – wherever you are.

Now more than ever is a time for us to gather and strategize with, and to mobilize and support each other. It seems that every day reveals new realities and challenges for everyone – coaches and clients, lenders and borrowers. With these challenges come opportunities.

After long and thoughtful deliberation, we decided that this virtual symposium not only allows us to still convene during this urgent time, it expands access to the conversation for all in our community no matter their geographical location or travel budget. There is no need to choose between sessions or breakouts – all conversations will be made accessible. To those who may not have been able to attend in the past, we welcome you to join! For those who have attended, we welcome you back for an expansive, robust, innovative exploration of “Credit Building in a New Decade”. We will highlight the challenges, innovations, and solutions that must be addressed to ensure equitable access to credit and asset building for all. And there is no better time than now to not only have the needed conversations but to also find solutions.

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