Michael C. Eggleston is a senior community development advisor, specializing in finance, at the St. Louis Fed.
Community lenders could play an important role in deploying funding from the enhanced federal initiative.
Learn how the Federal Reserve’s Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility has aided community development financial institutions in supporting small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
See highlights from a webinar series created to promote research surrounding the purpose and influence of community development financial institutions (CDFIs).
Learn about Economic Resilience and Inclusion Navigator (ERIN), a new data tool that provides insights into socioeconomic trends at the county level throughout the U.S.
Smaller companies need capital to survive and thrive. Here’s how a $1.5 billion program bolstered lending in the Midwest and beyond.
The St. Louis Fed’s Mike Eggleston discusses the Community Investment Explorer (CIE), which aggregates over 500,000 transactions from three programs that drive investment into underserved communities—LIHTC, CDFI and NMTC. This new tool shows geographic comparisons and trends over time in a way that is easily customizable.
This federal program aided the redevelopment of commercial real estate, operating businesses and more after the hurricane.
Read about the implications of disparities in consumer credit in LMI neighborhoods across metropolitan areas for both residents and regulated financial institutions that serve these markets.
Sun Ministries in North St. Louis is providing opportunities to hard-to-employ residents through enterprises including a woodshop, cafe, maintenance business and more—all with no public funding.
The St. Louis Fed’s Mike Eggleston discusses how CDFI certification for credit unions impacted Ferguson, Mo., and how it can greatly benefit low- and moderate-income members.
St. Louis Fed Community Development Specialist Mike Eggleston explains an initiative designed to prepare youth to thrive in the labor market.