WASHINGTON, D.C. ★ SEPTEMBER 26–28, 2017
The 2017 OFN Conference saw a record-shattering 1,405 CDFI practitioners, funders, investors, students, and more—from all 50 states!—come together for two days of learning and networking in Washington, D.C.
Together we learned how CDFIs Invest—in communities, in innovation, in our nation’s future. And we left with a renewed energy and spirit, intent on delivering on our promise to align capital with social, economic, and political justice.
With 1,405 attendees, more than 60 breakout sessions, three tours, and our annual fun run, the 2017 OFN Conference was one for the record books! Some highlights:
It’s not too soon to start planning for the 2018 OFN Conference in Chicago, IL! The OFN Conference provides an unparalleled platform for Sponsors and Exhibitors to connect and do business with the opportunity finance industry. The CDFI industry’s heightened visibility—and increasing relevance to today’s economic challenges—offers opportunities to increase awareness of your organization’s brand and strengthen your reputation for leadership.
Sponsors are front-and-center at the Conference, and the marketing and publicity that surrounds the event is the best opportunity to reach thousands of CDFI industry practitioners, investors, and supporters.
Contact Amanda Joseph at 215.320.4323 to learn more about becoming a Sponsor.
BB&T / Federal Home Loan Bank System / SunTrust Bank / Surdna Foundation
Fifth Third Bank / HSBC Bank USA, N.A. / ImpactUs Marketplace / Morgan Stanley / NeighborWorks America / Northern Trust / PNC Bank, NA / Sam’s Club / TD Bank
Amalgamated Bank / Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP / Bank of the West / Capital Plus Financial / Charles Schwab Bank / Cinnaire / CohnReznick, LLP / Deutsche Bank / Fannie Mae / Ohio Capital Finance Corporation / RSM US LLP / S&P Global Ratings
Building Hope / Capital Impact Partners / City First Enterprises / Enterprise Community Loan Fund / Housing Assistance Council / Housing Partnership Fund / Latino Economic Development Corporation / Local Initiatives Support Corporation / Low Income Investment Fund / National Housing Trust Community Development Fund / NeighborWorks Capital / Partners for the Common Good / Self-Help