The Emergency Capital Investment Fund: Details
The $9 billion Emergency Capital Investment Program is administered by the Department of Treasury to provide low-cost, long-term capital investments to MDIs and CDFI depositories.
Who is eligible? Credit unions must be certified as a CDFI or a minority depository institution (MDI), as well as low-income designated.
The U.S. Treasury ECIP ($9 billion)
- Funds are for neighborhoods disproportionally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
- Long-term, low-interest secondary capital loan that can count as Net Worth
- CDFIs and Non-CDFIs may apply
- Regulated CDFIs and Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs) will meet eligibility criteria
- Inclusiv engaging Treasury, NCUA on terms and focus on CDFIs and MDIs
Inclusiv Helps Credit Unions
Inclusiv’s experts can share insights into how your credit union can use subordinated debt (secondary capital) as a tool for managing growth and deploying funds to underserved communities safely and affordably. For questions on ECIP, please contact email@example.com.
Inclusiv held a webinar on ECIP. Click here to view slides and other resources from the March 11 broadcast.
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More about stimulus programs
Information about these programs are evolving. Inclusiv will share new information as it becomes available.