Public Banking Institute

Public Banking Institute

Inspire enable and support public bank initiatives

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The Public Banking Institute (PBI) is a non partisan think tank research and advisory organization dedicated to exploring and disseminating information on the potential utility of publicly owned banks and to facilitate their implementation. PBI s mission is to analyze U.S. and global financial events in order to explore and facilitate implementation of public banking options. In the process we are looking to quantify the true costs of financing government and public services including the costs of potential systemic risk business cyclicality and monetary instability imposed by particular methods of banking and government financing. Our goal is to leverage the historic role of publicly owned banks nationally and internationally in fostering access to cheap and readily available credit particularly as used for increasing productive capacity. Best practices and lessons learned from our research and experiences will be shared through PBI s online resources website webinars blog and in person conferences.

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7310 W 52nd Avenue, Suite A271
Arvada, Colorado 80002
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Tweet from Public Banking Works: "Banks and states can rely" on Cole and FinCen memos, even in Trump era, according to former DOJ official at #Cannabis Banking Working Group Posted Mon Mar 27 5:10 pm

Tweet from Public Banking Works: At Working Group, former DOJ official testifying that federal-state interplay reflected in Cole and FinCen memos are "best of both worlds." Posted Mon Mar 27 5:09 pm

Tweet from Public Banking Works: The sole problem is the unwillingness of private banks to take cannabis revenue. That unwillingness is the source of all the security probs. Posted Mon Mar 27 5:03 pm

Tweet from Public Banking Works: The consensus of everyone at the #Cannabis Banking Working Group is that dispensaries are law-abiding and want law-abiding communities. Posted Mon Mar 27 5:02 pm

Tweet from Public Banking Works: #Oakland reports #cannabis businesses paying taxes w/ "backpacks full of cash" because banks won't take money. #publicbanking is solution. Posted Mon Mar 27 4:41 pm

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