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LATINO AND IMMIGRANT ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES (COMPASS PRINCIPLE: EMBRACE INCLUSION)

During this roundtable, attendees will discuss the future of financial services and how they can better meet the needs of immigrants and Latinos, paying particular attention to the needs of new citizens. This discussion will be based on findings from a survey conducted in California by the National Council of La Raza. Survey results illustrate how Latinos, and specifically immigrants, interact with the financial market; these data also give insight into what the overall perceptions are in the Latino community toward banking and financial services. The financial inclusion of immigrants is not only a timely market opportunity but an equal opportunity imperative, yet many foreign-born individuals lack to access to safe and affordable products that are culturally relevant. This roundtable discussion will center on how the experiences of survey participants aligns with the Compass Principles standards for financial services.

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