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Hosted by: San Francisco Treasury Management Association (SFTMA)
Silicon Valley Association for Financial Professionals (SVAFP)
EVENT DATE: May 10, 2019
Learn about Housing Trust Silicon Valley and its efforts to create a strong affordable housing market in the 13-county greater Bay Area it serves. Housing Trust has grown its balance sheet 120% in 3 years and has devised new ways to raise capital and diversify its funding sources.
Julie Mahowald, Housing Trust’s CFO and the panel will highlight Housing Trust’s T.E.C.H. Fund and the Community Impact Note offering that Housing Trust developed to meet the increased capital requirements that the Bay Area housing crisis has sparked.
SPECIAL PANEL GUEST SPEAKERS:
CFO, Housing Trust Silicon Valley
LinkedIn, an investor in Housing Trust’s Community Impact Note, will share how the company evaluated the opportunity and how it became comfortable with the investment. They will talk about LinkedIn’s local community impact strategy and provide recommendations for other Bay Area corporations seeking to develop an impact-investing policy/program..
Manager - Community Development Finance, Silicon Valley Bank
Fiona Hsu, Manager – Community Development Finance, Silicon Valley Bank, is a long-time supporter of Housing Trust will explain the community reinvestment act and its impact on the bank’s lending policies. She will share the process and approach to this (still potential) investment in the T.E.C.H. Fund via the note. She will provide advice on how treasury professionals could approach the discussion within their organizations.
"Bringing Social Investing Home"
RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND
For non-members, please RSVP AND MAKE YOUR GUEST PAYMENT to guarantee your reservation.
(RSVP DUE by 5pm, Friday, September 14, 2018)
Pullman Hotel (previously Sofitel Hotel)
223 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City, CA 94065
(PARKING: Only self-parking will be validated.)
$145.00 for non-members and guests
(Complimentary for 2018 members of the SFTMA and SVAFP)