The American Indian Finance and Finance Atlas is a tool that helps users identify resources and opportunities for economic development in Indian Country. The Atlas provides regularly updated data on financial institutions, lending activities and economic development programs. Some data identifies existing investments, and other data shows economic opportunities, such as areas eligible for Community Reinvestment Act activities. Information is available on a variety of topics, such as bank locations, small business loans, homes built with the low-income housing tax credit, and homeowners tax credit investments. new markets.

Users can select a specific geographic area, such as a reservation or county, to explore the economic infrastructure available there and how it compares to other areas. Simply zoom in to an area of ​​interest, click “New Map” and select the items you want to explore.

About data

This interactive map is made possible by PolicyMap®. The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis does not create this card or provide the data underlying the card. The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and PolicyMap® assume no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the map or its underlying data. For definitions and data sources, click on the linked source that appears when you select a layer on the map, or see the PolicyMap data dictionary.

Indian Country is represented geographically using what the US Census Bureau defines as Native American/Alaska Native/Hawaiian Native areas. This definition includes several types of Indigenous geographies, but does not comprehensively represent the locations of all Indigenous communities.

To learn more about the Native American financial institutions shown on the map, visit the Center for Indian Country Development’s Native American Financial Institutions Mapping Tool.


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