The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the FDIC and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond – in partnership with the USDA and the SBA – held a workshop for Rural Business Investment Companies (RBICs), Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs) and banks at the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School on Oct. 17, 2018. 00:10 - Welcome and Overview 02:45 - Overview of SBICs and RBICs 14:44 - Practitioner Panel 55:43 - Regulator Panel 1:30:38 - Closing Comments
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Definitions in the social investment and development sector in South Africa: CSI vs CSR vs SED vs ED vs ESD
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In this breakout session from the summit Housing + Health: Building Blocks of Investment and Opportunity, a panel of experts outlines what's being do e to invest in healthy communities.
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City First’s 4th Annual Community Development Finance Conference: Shared Values | Integrated Solutions For a More Inclusive Economy, will convene key community development stakeholders who have a common vision for shared prosperity for all; and who have built proven integrated solutions to solve some of DC's chronic problems. This year's Conference will focus on the interdependence of critical intellectual and financial capital from multiple sectors (public, private, philanthropic) that support nonprofits, small businesses and social innovators who serve the community. We will examine challenges band opportunities across the social indicators of need --housing, education, health, employment, small business investment and access to the arts. We will hear about successful integrated models and explore new ways of thinking to optimize capital aggregation and deployment to serve as transformative capital for increasing personal and community wealth. Powered by Ethical Electric Support clean energy and independent media here: https://ethicalelectric.com/Partners/WeActRadio Subscribe to We Act Radio for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=weactradiodc If you liked this clip from We Act Radio, please do us a big favor and share it with your friends... and hit that "like" button!
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http://www.weforum.org/ Speaker · Karl Armstrong Leggett, Head of Public Sector, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank · Vongsey Vissoth, Vice-Chairman, Supreme National Economic Council (SNEC) · Donald P. Kanak, Chairman, Eastspring Investments Moderated by · Justin Wood, Head of Regional Strategies, Asia-Pacific; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
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Why Financial Services? Financial services… -are fundamental to every economic activity in the UK; -help create jobs, -lend and invest in community development projects; -help businesses grow; and -provide consumer credit. The financial services sector is a significant contributor to UK income and employment. Over a million people in Britain are directly employed in financial services, and a further million in related services. As one of the largest export industries in the UK, financial services are fundamental to every economic activity in the UK.
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President of Emerging African Entrepreneurs is teaching entrepreneurship to kids at Kasana Primary School in rural Uganda.
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How to determine the correct implementation and partnership model for social investment and development programmes: CSI Masterclass
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(Sacramento) - Speaker John A. Pérez (D-Los Angeles) and Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones have announced $11 million in new insurance company investments to benefit underserved communities across California. The investments are coordinated through the California Organized Investment Network (COIN), administered by the California Department of Insurance (CDI). Speaker Pérez has authored Assembly Bill 624 to extend the sunset on the COIN program, which is currently set to sunset in 2012. The collaborative effort between the California Department of Insurance, the insurance industry, community affordable housing and economic development organizations, and community advocates facilitates insurance industry investments that provide solid returns to investors and economic and social benefits to California's underserved urban and rural communities. Here's more from the Speaker in this Assembly Access video.
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Developing a business case for grantmaking, social investment and community development across industry sectors: CSI Masterclass training
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Aid agencies are becoming increasingly important providers of catalytic and risk-taking capital. This panel will discuss the changing role of USAID, outline recent examples of work it has done with the investment community to mobilize private capital in emerging markets (e.g. structuring blended finance instruments, deploying innovative credit guarantees, developing currency risk mitigation products), and outline how it plans to expand this work and transform itself into a dynamic center of financial innovation. Amy Bell Senior Director Tideline Jake Cusack Managing Partner CrossBoundary Agnes Dasewicz Director USAID Eleanor Keppelman Senior Investment Officer/Head of Asia/Middle East Team USAID/Development Credit Authority Gerhard Pries Managing Partner Sarona Asset Management http://socialcapitalmarkets.net SOCAP17 - At The Intersection of Money and Meaning Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA October 10-13, 2017
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What is monitorin? How to conduct monitoring in social investment and development programmes: CSI Masterclass
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The future of sustainable social / community development: The opportunity – knowing that we made a difference in the social investment and development sectors in Africa:
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ArtPlace's Deputy Director Lyz Crane sheds additional light on some of the ways that we have been expanding our work, including the Community Development Investments--a new one-time grant program targeting place-based NGOs.
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Developing the business case for social investment and community development programmes: Case studies and practical examples: CSI Masterclass
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Don Howard (James Irvine Foundation) announces the ArtPlace Community Development Investments at "Creative Placemaking: Connecting Community Development and the Arts" held 1/14/15 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
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The CEZ collaborative city-wide team of stakeholders will: implement the City's Comprehensive Plan, local and regional economic development plans and growth strategies; and align public investments in neighborhood planning, community development and infrastructure development with private sector investments for "highest best use" planning and implementation.
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Learn more about some of the community development possibilities and the benefits of a credit union by visiting www.oppsvt.org Opportunities Bio: We are Vermont's only community development credit union. A credit union is a member owned cooperative business. Instead of investors, credit unions are made up of member owners. Members elect the board of directors who ensure that the credit union's mission is carried out. Dividends are paid to the members. Your investment is used to develop and maintain affordable financial services that meet the needs of our members. As a community development credit union, Opportunities is chartered specifically to serve the financial needs of low income, un-banked and underserved populations and we are permitted to accept "non-member" deposits. These deposits come from "non-members" who do not meet Opportunities traditional field of membership and include: banks, credit unions, corporations, foundations, government agencies, faith based organizations, non-profits and social investors, who are allowed to invest in Opportunities in order to ensure that all Vermonters have access to affordable financial services.
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Invest. Empower. Transform. The Resurrection Project Celebrates 20 Years of Holistic Development Video debuted at The Resurrection Project's 20th Gala Anniversary October 21st, 2010. Produced by Angle Park.
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New Jersey Community Capital is a community development financial institution (CDFI) that invests in communities throughout New Jersey by providing loans to Non profit organizations, small businesses and Charter schools. They provide capital for affordable housing, education, as well as cultural and health services in low income communities that are in need of development funding. This short film serves to educate individuals, foundations, non profit organizations, NGOs, faith-based groups and corporations about how to invest in the state, get back a rate of return on their investment, as well as how to become a socially responsible investor.
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Over the next 10 years, over $400 million in wealth will transfer from one generation to the next, just in Perry County. More than $1 billion in the Kentucky River region. If each of us who love our hometown would consider investing just a small amount (5%) of our personal wealth into permanent endowments, we would have $3 million each year in perpetuity to invest in local priorities and strategies for community and economic development. The 5% challenge is for people who have always wanted to give, and for those who never knew they could. Be part of this challenge and help improve those areas that are important to you and your family!
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At York Region, we believe that the differences we make today can help build a brighter tomorrow for everyone. The Community Development unit at York Region Community Health Services has developed this video to tell the story about how our community agencies are building a stronger York Region and improving lives locally with the help of the Community Investment Fund. We want to let people know how funded projects have helped residents, including people who are unemployed, underemployed, youth at risk and women, move towards economic independence. Check out this video to hear the stories of those impacted by York Region’s funding. You can also visit york.ca/cis to learn more about the services that have been made possible through this funding. -- Visit http://www.york.ca/
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- a look at R Consortium Funded Grant Projects and Working Groups. R Consortium has funded over $500,000 USD to R community members improving the community and technical infrastructure for the benefit of the R ecosystem. In addition, the working groups program has worked to drive discussion and alignment on key areas such as industry adoption, package health, and educational standards.In this talk, we will showcase several of the working groups and funded projects stewarded by R Consortium. This will provide an opportunity for the audience to understand the work being done, and also opportunities on how they could take part.
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An Opportunity Zone is a community development program established by Congress in 2017 that allows investors to take advantage of tax breaks while investing in economically-distressed neighborhoods across the US. Since this is a relatively new investment strategy, a lot of questions come into play about how this economic development tool works. On today’s show, I’m sitting down with Eddie Lorin, the Managing Partner at Alliant Strategic Investments to talk about the ins and outs of Opportunity Zones! You’ll learn about the legislation, the future of Opportunity Zones, and why they’re so important. Novogradac & Co: http://bit.ly/2FshKAf EIG: http://bit.ly/2JscHn5 Eddie Lorin's Website: http://bit.ly/2Cz3aVI Eddie Lorin on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2CuyVPC Download our FREE Freedom Cheat Sheet here ➜ https://morrisinvest.com/freedom-youtube Read Our Best Selling Book “How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5 Years” ➜ https://amzn.to/2CcSxIB Ready to buy your first rental property? Book a 30 Minute call with our team ➜ https://morrisinvest.com/youtube Subscribe to this channel for more great tips ➜ http://bit.ly/2IVHcOH Want Funding For Your Real Estate? ➜ https://morrisinvest.com/funding Love podcasts? 🎧 Listen to our Investing in Real Estate Podcast ➜ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2EQbLm2 Website: https://morrisinvest.com/youtube 🎧 Follow me on social media! Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris Need help setting up your Self Directed IRA? We use Sense Financial. Click here: http://morrisinvest.com/ira Want to Get Started With Real Estate Investing? Watch our Getting Started Playlist: http://bit.ly/2IXYU48
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Subscribe to Chase here: http://full.sc/15KaG9f Community development is integral to Detroit’s turnaround. It drives job creation and economic growth. With help of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Kevin Prater, a commercial real estate developer, has partnered with Capitol Park Partnership to renovate two historic buildings in the heart of downtown Detroit. To Learn more about JPMorgan Chase’s $100 million investment in the city of Detroit, visit http://www.jpmorganchase.com/corporate/Corporate-Responsibility/detroit.htm Chase is the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.3 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. We are the neighborhood bank for thousands of communities across the country. We serve approximately one of out of every six Americans through more than 5,500 bank branches; 18,000 ATMs; mortgage offices; online and mobile banking; as well as relationships with auto dealerships, schools and universities. Terms of Service: bit.ly/ChaseSocialTerms Connect with Chase Online: Follow @Chase on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Chase Chase Official Website: https://www.chase.com Chase Mobile: https://www.chase.com/mobile Chase En Español: http://full.sc/15KeCa0 Find a Branch or ATM near you: https://locator.chase.com Check out Other Chase YouTube Channels: My New Home from Chase: http://www.youtube.com/user/mynewhomefromchase Detroit Revitalization Fueled by Community Development - JPMorgan Chase & Co. http://youtu.be/OBAaI54soqg
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Michelle Volpe of Boston Community Capital talks about new federal funding to boost its efforts in community development, ranging from business ventures to affordable housing and youth programs. Interview for BNN News. Aired April 18, 2018.
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Gary Horton, the Urban Erie Community Development Corp.'s president, talks about plans to create a community hub at Joyce A. Savocchio Business Park in east Erie.
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Oswaldo Acosta, Director of Small Business Programs at the Latino Economic Development Center in Washington, D.C., serves on the Richmond Fed’s 12-member Community Investment Council. Council members help inform us about emerging issues and trends in communities across the Fifth District, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods and communities. They are leaders from both rural and urban communities who understand the challenges to and opportunities for local economic growth.
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Through its Community Investment Strategy (CIS), the Regional Municipality of York provides funding for projects from not-for-profit agencies that deliver services to low and moderate income York Region residents. Investments are directed to initiatives that help to achieve the four Community Results as part of our vision for a strong, caring and safe community. Learn how funding works, the investment streams and the community results that York Region aims to achieve by watching this video. -- Visit http://www.york.ca/
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Unveiling of the HCIDLA logo
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The FAO has released a new publication designed to boost the effectiveness of agriculture and rural development investments, by emphasizing the importance of project design that captures the full social picture when striving for social inclusiveness and gender equity. The publication includes three user guides aimed to support the design of pro-poor programmes and policies in effectively addressing social diversity in their development objectives -- such as gender, ethnicity, age and disability - and factors which may contribute to impoverishment, vulnerability, exclusion and powerlessness. (c) FAO www.fao.org
Special thanks to videographers Ethan Neville and Bruno Jennings and audio engineers Dillon Tonkin and Kevin Thompson. Video editing by Evan Warner. This breakout session will explore the emerging strategies to attract local investment into local enter- prise, including discussion on the how-to’s of CEDIF’s (Community Economic Development Invest- ment Funds), identifying local angels and angel groups, entrepre- neurial mentoring, crowdfunding, producer or worker owned co-ops, and micro-lending structures. Moderator: - Michael Shuman, Author and Founding Board Member of BALLE, Adjunct Instructor at Simon Fraser University PANELLISTS - Linda Best, Farmworks - Abel Lazarus, Securities Analyst, Nova Scotia Securities Commission - Andrew Button, Mashup Labs - Jonathan McLellan, Nova Scotia Co-operative Council
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A City of Austin Economic Development agreement with a private employer creates economic value for more than just the partnering company. These entities are supported by an entire ecosystem of local contractors and suppliers who benefit from these new opportunities generated by the City’s investment. Hear the story of one such local company benefiting from the City’s agreement with Samsung alongside a tale of professional growth through employment opportunity. For more videos and information regarding Economic Development impact, please visit http://austintexas.gov/department/economic-development
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In this CommNS event, Rebecca Paradiso de Sayu, PhD, MSW, BCC provides an overview of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), current CDFIs in Wisconsin and some case studies that show the impact of CDFIs around the state.
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http://kaizen-properties.com/portfolio/ Whether you want to build or expand your independent living, memory care, or assisted living community, our strategic planning and market research can help you understand what services and amenities seniors in your market want and can afford. This sets the stage for the rest of the planning, financing, design, construction and marketing of a successful retirement community development. Kaizen Properties plans and develops state-of-the-art senior living communities that include wellness, lifelong learning and entertainment options as well as environmental considerations, such as green living standards. Some our seniors are looking to stay in their homes and maintain their independence safely and comfortably. Others, need assistance and medical cares. From concept and strategic planning to completion, Kaizen Properties adapts each senior living development project to the demand in each geographical area, so we meet the needs and exceed the expectations of retirement of our senior residents. Our expert team oversee every detail, and can coordinate efforts with your local team to ensure partnering with us is a high-value solution. Being sensitive to the environment, the company adheres to the best green building practices. All our projects incorporate advanced green construction technologies and achieve green building certifications (BREEAM, LEED or Energy Star)
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The business community has given the inaugural SPARK Johor 2019 event a thumbsup, saying that the event can provide businesses an insight into the investment climate in Johor, Malaysia and beyond.
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Built in the 1940s, the Palm Canyon Mobile Club was showing its age when the owners approached realtor Paul Kaplan about helping to sell new homes in the park. Kaplan suggested a fresh start:investing in tiny homes instead of traditional mobile homes. Rather than partnering with a prefab designer or tiny home architect, they chose to work with a traditional mobile home manufacturer because of the scale of the project (100 homes). Working with manufactured home builder Silvercrest, they pushed for a modern, Midcentury-inspired design more fitting of Palm Springs and avoiding some of the hallmark details of conventional mobile homes like ceiling moldings and six-panel doors. "There's also a stigma against mobile home parks," explains Kaplan. "You know the whole trailer trash kind of thing, and I think people are re-looking at it and seeing it really provides a nice sense of community." The Palm Canyon Mobile Club has a renovated pool and clubhouse with workout room and community kitchen. The houses start at $115,000 for the 600 square foot model, with a $650 monthly rental fee for the site. https://www.palmcanyonmobileclub.com/ Original story: https://faircompanies.com/videos/palm-springs-revamps-trailer-park-with-mid-century-tiny-homes/
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For over 17 years, Dan Ohler has been supporting organizational and community leaders from across rural Canada to "think outside the barn." In this talk to the KEEPING IT RURAL 2017 conference hosted by SIBAC/BC Rural Centre, Dan describes how concerned citizens in his small rural community of Sangudo, Alberta came together in 2010 to do something about its social and economic downward trend. They formed the Sangudo Opportunity Development Co-op, an organization that has raised and invested over $1 million in the Sangudo community since its inception. Dan describes the Sangudo experience, and suggests ways other rural communities can mobilize their social, emotional, and intellectual capital in this inspiring address.
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CREATING CDFIs - Investment and Lending Tools at Work Kansas Housing Conference 2012 Kansas Housing Resources Corporation Friday, September 14th, 2012 Learn first-hand about the growing impact of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), how they are providing new funding opportunities for urban and rural nonprofit organizations, and how they are successfully attracting capital to address specific community needs -- from affordable housing to health care -- by leveraging the participation of traditional financial providers. Presenters: Kirby Burkholder: Executive Director, IFF Dena Sherrill: Housing Program Manager, Rural Enterprises of Oklahoma, Inc. Joe Rowan: Executive Director, Funding Partners for Housing Solutions Becky Christoffersen: President, Midwest Housing Development Fund Moderator: Teresa Perez, Community Affairs Officer, FDIC Kansas City Region
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Citi Community Development’s Inclusive Enterprise Series collaborated with Village Capital to bridge the opportunity gap for women and minority entrepreneurs who are taking on major challenges in financial inclusion, health and education. A series of one-day training and investor forums enabled early-stage minority- and women-owned businesses to highlight their innovations and expanded access to investment and other resources vital to growth and job creation. Inclusive Enterprise Series: http://www.vilcapcitiforumseries.com Citi Community Development: http://www.citicommunitydevelopment.com Village Capital: http://www.vilcap.com/ View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/citi Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citi Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/citi Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/citi Follow us on Google+: http://www.google.com/+citi
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Who: Opportunity Community Development Corporation and Kingonomics is hosting two economic empowerment and entrepreneurship based events to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Organizing influencers, leaders, organizations and highlighted participants include Bishop Rodney Sampson; Mark Burnett (Executive Producer of The Voice, Survivor, Celebrity Apprentice, Shark Tank & The Bible Series); Roma Downey, Actress, Touched by An Angel; Congressman John Lewis, Rev. Al Sharpton (Founder of National Action Network); David Weild, Former Vice-Chairman of NASDAQ; Sue Malone (the nation's largest SBA micro-lender); Bishop Wayne T. Jackson (Founder, Impact Network), Dr. Bob Jennings, President, Lincoln University; and 100+ experts in innovation, entrepreneurship, investment and crowdfunding. Sponsors and Partners include 1-800 Accountant, Certus Bank, Coke, Walgreens, America's Association of Small Business Development Centers, Shark Tank, Indiegogo, Eventbrite, YearUp, National Association of Minority Digital Entrepreneurs (NAMDE), Black Girls Code, and more. What: The Emancipation of Capital Gala; Kingonomics Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Investment Conference and Bootcamps; ABC's Shark Tank Official Casting Call When: Thursday, August 22nd, 3013 (6:00 PM ET), Friday, August 23rd, 2013 (10:00 AM ET), Saturday, August 24th, 2013 (8:00 AM ET) Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The National Mall Why: To address poverty and the wealth gap in underserved and underrepresented communities b providing these communities exposure, best practices and expert advise from over 100 hundred experts in innovation, entrepreneurship and investment. The events will also highlight the JOBS Act (also known as equity based Crowdfunding) that was signed into law by President Barack Obama on April 5th, 2012. Engagement: We welcome your participation and support of this cause -- the definitive mission to address the wealth gap in America and beyond. Come celebrate, commemorate, network, meet new people, companies, StartUps, investors, investment companies, influencers, leaders and celebrities during this historic moment in time. Tickets, passes and tables available at Impact.Kingonomics.com. Use promo code: IMPACT.
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Incremental Development Alliance team members present thought-provoking insights on how to grow thriving communities through in-town small-scale development. Taped August 18 & 19, 2016 at the 8th Annual Preservation for Profit symposium presented by HCF and partner organizations.
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