Filene Research Institute, Coopera, Inclusiv and PolicyWorks are hosting several workshops – including one in New York City – that will address financial inclusion and lending to consumers who may not have a social security number. The sessions will focus on small business lending and Individual Taxpayer Identification Number lending.
The workshops are intended to teach financial institutions how to implement ITIN lending while engaging a new, broader community of consumers in their localities. The workshops are also designed to empower financial institutions to offer small business loans to underserved entrepreneurs through a new referral partnership with Accion and Grameen America.
The New York City session is scheduled for July 16-17. To learn more or register, visit Filene’s website.