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Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) Names New CEO
Mr. Rjay Brunkow joins the lending firm poised for growth.

Position Announcement: CEO, Indian Land Capital Company
The ILCC board of directors is seeking a CEO to accelerate the growth of ILCC and fulfill its potential for increasing Indian land ownership and keeping capital revolving within Indian Country.

Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) President To Retire after 9 Years at Helm
After nearly a decade serving as founding CEO, Gerald Sherman (Oglala Lakota) announced plans to retire from the day-to-day operations of ILCC, the American Indian owned and managed Native Community Development Financial Institution (Native CDFI) he helped establish in 2005.

Enterprising Michigan Tribe Taps ILCC to Finance Tribal Community Farming Project
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Secures $749,000 Loan from Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) To Expand Tribal Lands, Pursue Agricultural Projects, Promote Health and Welfare of the Tribe. Link to newspaper where published:

CNIGA Confirms Approval of UAIC Application

... CNIGA board of directors also approved two member applications submitted by BIS and Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC).

ILCC Native American Financing Pioneer, Receives Prestigious ‘Visionary Leader Award’

Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) CEO and President Recognized for Providing Leadership, Long-term Contributions, Inspiration to Growing Native CDFI Industry.

News Release: Native Financial Institutions Honored

As part of the 10th Annual Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) Convening hosted by Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) and First Nations Oweesta Corporation (Oweesta) last week, two Native CDFIs were awarded and recognized amongst their peers as leaders in the field.

Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) Awarded Third NACA Grant From CDFI Fund

Native American fund promoting tribal land financing and community—based programs receives $750,000 financial award from U.S. Department of the Treasury for third year running.

Kashia Pomos Buy 510 Acres Near Sonoma Coast

Indian Land Capital Company provides financing. 

Native CDFI Network Seats First Board of Directors

Indian Land Capital Company President, Among Board

Wells Fargo Renews $750,000 Investment in Indian Land Capital Company

Funds Assist in Recovery of Black Hills Sacred Site Pe' Sla 

Tribe Signs Deal for Black Hills Land

Indian Land Capital Company assists with financing to secure the purchase.

Indian Land Capital Company Awarded Highest Tier NACA Grant from CDFI Fund

For the second year in a row, ILCC received a CDFI grant award from the CDFI Fund’s Native American CDFI Assistance (NACA) program.

American Indian CDFI Gets $1 Million to Help Finance Tribal Lands

Bank of America announces low-cost loan to ILCC to finance tribal land acquisition and local economic development programs. 

Indian Land Capital Company Receives $1 Million Loan from Bank of America

American Indian CDFI, Indian Land Capital Company, receives loan from major U.S. bank to finance local economic development programs and tribal land acquisition.

Indian Land Capital Company Receives NACA Award From CDFI Fund
Montana Native American social investment lending company receives top-tier financial award from U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Yurok Tribe Doubles Land Base with Green Diamond Property
Timber company selling tribe 22,000-plus acres of land.

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 firm’s news release stated. 

Indian Land Capital Company Announces Special Financial Products for American Indian Tribes
New Native American owned financial investment fund helps tribes achieve goals for economic development, cultural preservation, and tribal sovereignty through the recovery of tribal lands.

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