Jaime Weisberg
Senior Campaign Analyst

Jaime.W@anhd.org

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212-747-1117, ext. 23

Jaime Weisberg is the Senior Campaign Analyst.  She is responsible for ANHD’s bank reinvestment work, providing research and support to member organizations regarding bank mergers and the Community Reinvestment Act. She helps our member organizations increase access to banking, loan products, and investments in community development and works with organizers to combat combating predatory equity lending that threatens affordable housing.  Outside of work, she can be found out and about in northwestern Queens, spending time with her two kids, or in the kitchen cooking. 

Jaime's Blogs

Blog
February 12, 2016
ANHD applauds Comptroller Thomas J. Curry for emphasizing the requirement of CRA future planning by banks when they submit an application for a merger or acquisition, and for making it clear that regulators must evaluate these plans in addition to looking at the banks' prior CRA ratings.
Blog
October 26, 2015
Transparency in lending data is a bedrock principal of bank regulation that protects consumers. Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) finalized a strong set of rules to improve HMDA. ANHD has been especially vocal in calling for the closure of a loophole that excluded many NY State loans made from disclosure in the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) database.
Blog
September 24, 2015
This week, The Federal Reserve Board announced that Benjamin Dulchin, ANHD’s Executive Director, is among the 15 appointees to its newly created Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Federal Reserve Board. ANHD applauds the Federal Reserve Bank for creating this initiative to draw input from community leaders “with consumer- and community-development-related expertise who will provide information, advice, and recommendations to the Board on a wide range of policy matters and emerging issues of interest.”
Blog
August 14, 2015
The Wall Street Journal turned its hyperbole machine up to “11” in today’s editorial, in broadly condemning the New York City Responsible Banking Act (“a meteor headed straight for the world’s financial sector“). The editorial dismisses the idea that the banking industry has any particular obligation to meet community credit needs, such as affordable housing, foreclosure prevention, and other community development goals.

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