FDIC Vice Chairman Tom Hoenig, one of the most prominent and influential voices in the national banking, regulatory, and policy environment, spoke this morning on the need for, and power of financial literacy and financial inclusion. Hoenig made these comments at the Pre-Summit Banker’s Forum at Georgia State University in Atlanta.

The Banker’s Forum is an independent Pre-Summit meeting, hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

The Banker’s Forum brought together regulators and community bankers leading up to the HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit.

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