MONDAY, September 11
* The Federal Home Loan Bank of New York holds a how-to meeting on its affordable housing program. At the Hyatt Regency of Rochester, N.Y. Registration and breakfast at 8:30 a.m.; sessions run from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 212-441-6821
* Mississippi Bankers Association members make annual visit to Washington, D.C., to lobby lawmakers and federal regulators.
* Office of Thrift Supervision releases quarterly report on the financial condition of the thrift industry. 10 a.m., OTS headquarters, 1700 G St., N.W., Washington, D.C.
TUESDAY, September 12
* Sterling Software's Commerce Institute runs a one-day course in San Francisco on electronic data interchange and financial EDI. At the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street. Registration is $475 per person, but there is a group discount for companies registering three or more attendees. 800-299- 4031, extension 140.
* The impact of the new CRA regulations on data reporting, credit scoring, profitability and risk-based pricing are among the topics that will b addressed at the two-day Consumer Bankers Association's Fair Lending Conference. Arlington, Va. Registration is $630 for CBA members, $830 for nonmembers. (703) 276-1750.
* The American Bankers Association's government relations council meets today and tomorrow in Washington. 202-663-5000.
FRIDAY, September 15
* The Virginia Bankers Association will hold a "Young Bankers" conference for three days at the Wintergreen Resort in Wintergreen, Va. Glenda Cochran at 804-643-7469. For lodging call 1-800-325-2200.
NOTE TO READERS
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