CDBA and Inclusiv Letter to Congressional Leadership on Paycheck Protection Program Reform - June 1, 2020

The Community Development Bankers Association (CDBA) and Inclusiv - the trade associations for CDFI banks and credit unions - wrote to Senate and House leadership regarding critical considerations for SBA Paycheck Protection Program reforms. To ensure federal funding meets the needs of small businesses and nonprofits, the associations urge that reform include measures such as reducing the limitations on using PPP loans for non-payroll expenses, updating the fee structure for PPP lenders, and authorizing more forgiveness flexibility. These reforms would not only enable small businesses to retain and rehire employees, but would also ensure CDFIs can address the long-term recovery needs of their business customers in low- and moderate-income markets.

Monday, June 1, 2020
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