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Indian Land Capital Company President To Retire After 9 Years at Helm
Native Finance Pioneer Gerald Sherman to focus on family, helping national network of Native CDFIs After nearly a decade serving as founding CEO, Gerald Sherman (Oglala Lakota) ann...
Native CDFI to Finance Economic Development Programs With $750K KeyBank Loan
Through a recent $750,000, five-year loan from Cleveland-based KeyBank, Indian Land Capital Company will assist more tribes throughout Indian country in acquiring lands for busines...
Indian Land Capital Company Joins CNIGA
Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC), a Native-owned and -managed Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) recently became an associate member of the California Nations Ind...
To Finance a Community Farming Project, Michigan Tribe Taps Indian Land Capital Company
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians has secured a $749,000 loan from Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) to expand its tribal lands, pursue agricultural projects, and pro...
CDFI Fund Awards Indian Land Capital Company its Third $750K Award
For the third year in a row, Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC), an American Indian-owned and -managed Native Community Development Financial Institution (Native CDFI) and leader i...
Indian Land Capital Company Awarded Highest Tier NACA Grant From CDFI Fund
Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC)—a Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that helps tribes acquire lands for business development, housing and community-based...
Oweesta Announces Three Certified Native CDFIs
First Nations Oweesta Corporation , the Longmont, Colorado- and Rapid City, South Dakota-based company that works to develop native assets at a local level, recently announced thre...
ILCC Enhances the 'Circle of Indigenous Lending'
Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) plans to raise $4 million this year to create a $100 million investment fund from tribal sources for Indian Country over the next decade, the fir...