CFED

AcronymDefinition
CFEDCorporation For Enterprise Development
CFEDComputer Forensics and Electronic Discovery (cyber crime)
CFEDCentre de Formation des Enfants Démunis (French: Training Center for Deprived Children; Togo)
CFEDCenter for Economic Development (Washington, DC)
CFEDComptoir France Europe de Distribution (French food distribution company)
CFEDCenter for Free Elections and Democracy
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As shown in this figure, transition probability does not affect CFED and BED algorithms because they do not make use of the Markov model.
The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and CFED report that if current trends continue, the average black household in the United States will need 228 years to accumulate as much wealth as their white counterparts have now.
Department of Health and Human Services and CFED recently released an interactive resource, Building Financial Capability: A Planning Guide for Integrated Services, which provides a step-by-step process for service providers interested in providing financial capability services to their participants or clients.
CFED hosts the Website of the American Dream Demonstration.
If it is, it'll bring new lenders into a market that's currently the domain of manufactured-housing insiders, says CFED's Ryan in a phone interview.
Of the financial constraints revealed in the CFED study, vulnerable business owners were most likely to face challenges in gaining access to financial products and services.
"One quarter (25%) of middle class households (those earning $56,113 to $91,356 annually) have less than three months of savings," CFED says in its report.
The Community Loan Fund and three other national nonprofits--the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), NCB Capital Impact program and Neighbor Works America, with significant investments from the Ford Foundation and the Fannie Mae Foundation--formed ROC USA LLC in May 2008 to make resident ownership viable nationwide.
Department of the Treasury and the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), highlights the rapid growth of municipal "Bank On" initiatives that connect residents to the financial mainstream.
(Contains 7 footnotes.) [Additional funding for this publication was provided by Citi, CFED, F.B.
Source: CPPP Analysis; Percent of People Below Poverty Level in the Past 12 Months 2009 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, 2009-2010 CFED Assets & Opportunity Scorecard, KIDS Count Data Center, Annie E.