A new $5 million line of credit from Associated Bank of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will help ILCC advance economic development and land recovery for Tribes — something ILCC will achieve by leveraging its unique approach to lending.
The people placed in charge of stewarding these funds and ensuring that the grant process is as transparent, fair and complete as possible are already respected for their distinguished service to Indian Country.
The new Gila Crossing Community School is notable not only for its Tribal design and American Indian artwork, but also for its unique financing model, which represents a first for school construction financing in Indian Country.
In a highly anticipated and long-awaited ruling handed down on July 3, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed that two companies owned by the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians are indeed legitimate arms of the Tribe and as such, are entitled to Tribal sovereign immunity.
New Mexico Community Capital continues to add management staff and programs as it brings entrepreneurial skills to emerging Native-owned businesses, currently serving 20 different Tribes in 6 different states.