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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
  • Panel Two examined the marketplace dynamics of the unbanked…       (Photo: James Kegley)Panel Two examined the marketplace dynamics of the unbanked…
    (Photo: James Kegley)

     …and strategies to reach them. (Photo: James Kegley) …and strategies to reach them.
    (Photo: James Kegley)

    Panel Two participants were Ms. Evelyn Edwards (right), Assistant Vice President of Community Reinvestment for Bancorp South, Jackson, MS; moderator Ellen Seidman (second from right), Senior Managing Director of ShoreBank Advisory Services, Chicago; Michael S. Barr, Professor of Law at the University of Michigan; and Dory Rand (left), Attorney at Law, National Center on Poverty Law, Chicago.(Photo: James Kegley)Panel Two participants were Ms. Evelyn Edwards (right), Assistant Vice President of Community Reinvestment for Bancorp South, Jackson, MS; moderator Ellen Seidman (second from right), Senior Managing Director of ShoreBank Advisory Services, Chicago; Michael S. Barr, Professor of Law at the University of Michigan; and Dory Rand (left), Attorney at Law, National Center on Poverty Law, Chicago.
    (Photo: James Kegley)

    Michael S. Barr described successful programs for bringing the unbanked into the financial mainstream. (Photo: James Kegley)Michael S. Barr described successful programs for bringing the unbanked into the financial mainstream.
    (Photo: James Kegley)
    Dory Rand discussed how to tailor incentives to meet different markets. (Photo: James Kegley)Dory Rand discussed how to tailor incentives to meet different markets.
    (Photo: James Kegley)
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