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November 18, 2013

CRF Hires Susan Malan as Regional Director of Business Development for Northeastern U.S.

Malan brings 25+ years of non-profit and corporate finance experience to CRF

Community Reinvestment Fund, USA (CRF), a Minneapolis-based national non-profit and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), announced it hired Susan Malan as Regional Director of Business Development. Malan will support CRF's mission by developing client relationships and bringing CRF's products to underserved communities and small businesses in the Northeastern U.S.

"Susan is an important addition to our team, bringing a wealth of knowledge and extensive SBA lending experience to CRF," said Keith Rachey, Chief Customer Officer. "She is passionate about our mission, and we are all excited to have her on board."

Malan brings more than 25 years of non-profit and corporate finance experience to CRF. Most recently, Malan operated her own consultancy - Sound Advisory Management - and served as Director of Growth Strategies for The Institute for Global Ethics. She previously held positions at Bank of the West, Zions Bank and BankBoston/Fleet Bank.

"I am excited and privileged to help CRF increase its community impact in highly distressed areas," said Malan. "I look forward to developing strong partnerships and helping small businesses access the financing they need to grow and create jobs."

About CRF
Community Reinvestment Fund, USA (CRF), a nonprofit organization and certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), is a national leader in bringing capital to underserved areas. Formed in 1988, CRF has injected more than $1.5 billion into low-income and economically disadvantaged communities around the country to help stimulate job creation and economic development, provide affordable housing, and support community facilities. CRF is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. For more information, visit www.crfusa.com.

Posted by: CRFUSA


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