The Community Foundation will have to make some difficult decisions about its $200 million loan to the RiverView Community Bank, which it has agreed to with the state.
The Community Foundation has been operating the RiverTown Bank for almost two years, which is in turn running a subsidiary called Riverview Bank, according to the state’s Financial Aid and Assistance Administration (FAIA).
The RiverTown bank was created by the state to help the town’s economy recover from a severe financial crisis.
But in April, the Community Fund agreed to make $200.3 million in cash and securities loans, which are known as Community Reinvestment Acts (CRA), with the Community Bank for the purpose of supporting the bank’s operations and helping it get back on its feet.
But the Community Board of Directors and the bank board have not agreed to a new loan, and neither has the Community Investment Act, or CIIA, the state law that allows the state bank to borrow money for its operations.
“The Community Board has asked us to keep the bank operating and to continue operating the loan for another two years to help them get the bank back on their feet,” said Tim Moore, the chief financial officer of the Community Trust, the group that represents the Rivertown community bank.
The Community Trust is calling for the Community Funds to make a new CIIC loan that will allow it to get its operations back on track.
The Community Fund said it has to make the decision within 90 days, but Moore said he would expect the Community Action Committee to make its decision by May.
“We’ve got a long way to go before we can get back to being a fully functioning bank, but it’s a step in the right direction,” Moore said.
The RiverTown Community Bank’s loans to the Community Development Corp., a public entity that was created under the Community Reinventing Act, will continue, the bank said in a statement.
“The Community Development Corps is a private entity created to support the riverbank.
The bank and its partner will continue to support RiverTown through the loan, including through ongoing operations,” the statement said.
“All bank customers will benefit from this ongoing support.
It will continue our ability to continue to service the community while we transition to a more stable and sustainable business model.”
The bank is now under the oversight of the Financial Oversight Board, which has the authority to audit the bank and assess its finances.
The Financial Oversight board’s next step is to determine whether the bank will be able to repay the Community funds.
The bank board is not the only one worried about the Community Act.
Last week, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and other banks warned the Community Banks Fund that it could face a lawsuit if it fails to repay Community Funds.
“Community Bank Board Chairman and President Robert W. Johnson has asked for additional time to evaluate the Community Community Act’s financial condition, as well as the Community Financial Oversight Task Force’s recommendations for improvement,” a bank statement said, referring to the Financial Assistance for Community Boards and Trusts Act, which was passed by Congress in 2009 and allows the federal government to provide loans to community banks.
“As of today, the federal community banking regulators are reviewing these issues and are in the process of determining whether to initiate an enforcement action.”
The Community Act requires the Community Bureaus to be independent of the banks that they serve.
But with the community banks that the Community Council has a relationship with, the banks have the authority and the legal responsibility to manage and run their own financial affairs, said Michael Pomeranz, a professor of banking law at the University of South Florida.
“What the Community Law does is ensure that these institutions, as a community, can be trusted and be held accountable,” Pomerantz said.
“I think that that’s an important distinction.
There are no community banks in the country that are independent,” he said.
The Community Fund has received more than $1 billion in grants and loans from the state since 2010.
In 2013, the State of Illinois approved $4.5 million for a Community Fund loan for the River Town Community Bank.
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