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Diversity Flatlines at Financial Agencies: 2015 Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion Issue Brief

Section 342 of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act created Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWIs) in the nation’s top financial regulatory agencies, hoping to ensure that these agencies better represent and connect diversity to beneficial policy outcomes for communities of color. Greenlining analyzed the latest data from the agencies to evaluate their progress on racial/ethnic workforce and vendor diversity from 2013-2015. To read the issue brief,...
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Regulators Should Look Like America

Among its most important features is a little known provision, Section 342, which establishes an Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) in each of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks and eight federal financial regulatory agencies ( the Federal Reserve Board, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of the Treasury, National Credit Union Administration,...
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Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion: Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Act

...The Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion can play a key role in making our financial system more responsive to communities of color. Greenlining’s fact sheet looks at how congressional oversight and improved data collection can help the OMWIs do their job better. To read the report, click here....
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