You’re invited to the
2016 Economic Inclusion and Asset Building Conference
Sponsored by the Alabama Asset Building Coalition and the FDIC
Macon County Annex – Tuskegee, AL
A significant number of people in Alabama have little or no current relationship with a financial institution. Economic barriers, such as lack of liquidity to carry account balances and bank fees; structural barriers; and experiential barriers are the most common reasons why people are unbanked and underbanked.
The focus of this year’s conference includes:
• Enhancing the economic well-being of low- and moderate-income individuals and families, including the unbanked and underserved, by improving access to the banking system.
• Working with financial institutions, housing agencies and other community partners on ways to bring low-moderate communities into a healthier financial mainstream through innovative financial products, education, programs and services.
Conference and Registration Information
Who should attend? Financial Institutions (including Credit Unions), Community Advocacy Groups, Housing Agencies, Local and State Governmental Agencies, Academia, Faith-Based Organizations, and those interested in advancing economic inclusion
When: October 20, 2016
Where: Macon County Annex (205-B Main Street, Tuskegee, AL 36083)
Time: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
* Please register by 10/14/16 to reserve your spot *
(lunch included with registration)
Inquiries can be directed to: 205-731-4000 (Alabama Asset Building Coalition)