Join the Federal Reserve Banks of Richmond, Atlanta and Cleveland in a program on capital resources and partnerships in lending in Appalachia. This-half day session will highlight how banks, credit unions, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), foundations, and community practitioners are aligning their resources to support business growth in Appalachia. This program is an opportunity to hear from the people and lenders who have established successful models of lending partnerships in Appalachia.
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The lunch keynote presentation will be given by successful venture capitalist David Wilhelm, whose vision to bring investment to underserved areas of the country led to the formation of the Adena Venture Fund and Hopewell Ventures. His work in raising private equity and deploying it in underserved areas has earned him state and national recognition.
Appalachian-focused bankers, CDFIs, angel funds, federal agencies, practitioners, community and micro lenders, and leaders from the foundation community who are investing in Appalachia.
Deadline: March 19, 2013
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