Coalition urges support for social lenders

Ainsworth, David
June 2010
Third Sector;6/1/2010, Issue 617, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that Better Banking, a coalition of charities in Great Britain, urges the government to formulate a community reinvestment act for commercial lenders.


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