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Tapping the Unbanked Market


Photo Essay: Tapping the Unbanked Market: November 5 Symposium

  • Opening
  • Congressional Panel
  • Conference Materials and Attendees
  • Panel 1: Laying out the Welcome Mat
  • Question-and-Answer Session
  • Panel 2: Beyond Toasters

  • Conference Audience
  • Lunch Speaker: Honorable Michael G. Oxley
  • Lunch Speaker: Kelvin Boston
  • Panel 3: Thinking Outside The Bank
  • Conference Wrap-Up
  • The symposium was facilitated by Dr. J. Otis Smith, professor of psychology at Cheyney University and an expert on low-income populations.  Here Dr. Smith invites the audience to address questions to the panelists (Photo: James Kegley)The symposium was facilitated by Dr. J. Otis Smith, professor of psychology at Cheyney University and an expert on low-income populations. Here Dr. Smith invites the audience to address questions to the panelists.
    (Photo: James Kegley)

    The proprietor of a check cashing outlet makes a point about providing a needed service.(Photo: James Kegley)The proprietor of a check cashing outlet makes a point about providing a needed service.
    (Photo: James Kegley)

    Jean Ann Fox of the Consumer Federation of America comments on the availability of traditional versus “fringe” banking outlets in low and moderate income areas. (Photo: James Kegley)Jean Ann Fox of the Consumer Federation of America comments on the availability of traditional versus “fringe” banking outlets in low and moderate income areas.
    (Photo: James Kegley)
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