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Financial assimilation of immigrants conference


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On June 24, the Consumer and Community Affairs division of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago convened, “An Informed Discussion of the Financial Assimilation of Immigrants” in Des Moines, Iowa. The conference was part of the larger, long-term program by the Chicago Reserve Bank to study the ways and means by which immigrants to the United States access mainstream financial services. This Special Edition of PNV comprises summaries of each of the conference presentations.

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  • anonymous, 2003. "Financial assimilation of immigrants conference," Profitwise, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, issue Dec.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedhpw:y:2003:i:dec

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