Jul 31, 2020
Rodney Hood is the first African-American to lead a federal banking regulatory agency, the National Credit Union Administration-the independent agency that oversees the nation's federally insured credit unions. Since entering the role last year, Chairman Hood has focused on building and reinforcing places that have fallen behind, often in areas where opportunity is limited, like hard-pressed urban neighborhoods and rural communities fighting decline. In this episode, Chairman Hood offers his thoughts on how financial regulators can make inclusion a major priority in the financial industry and what financial institutions can do to promote financial inclusion and opportunities in underserved communities.
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