Sustainable Consumer Finance: Issues in America Today
Net Impact “Issues in Depth” Teleconference
Date: Friday, December 17th
Led By: Steve Delfin, Executive Director, National Credit Unions Foundation
For Details and to Register: http://tinyurl.com/yze7q2
Low-income Americans pay as much as $11 billion in fees every year to unregulated, for-profit financial services companies.
Millions of financially “underserved” Americans pay annual percentage rates of more than 300% for payday loans. An entire industry has sprung up to provide convenient, but unsustainably costly financial services. Join Net Impact’s call with Steve Delfin, executive director of the National Credit Union Foundation, as he shows how responsible financial institutions are fighting back and lightening the load for American families.
About Steve :
Steve Delfin is Executive Director of the National Credit Unions Foundation which raises and distributes funds and manages programs to help credit unions better serve low-wealth and other financially underserved households. Previously Steve was head of worldwide community relations for Booz Allen Hamilton. Steve’s career also includes executive positions with some of the world’s largest charities and associations including United Way of America and Red Cross National Headquarters. Steve is a former Net-Impact Advisory Board member.