Native CDFI Network "Difference Makers" interviews ILCC CEO Rjay Brunkow
Native CDFI Network sat down August 30, 2022 with Indian Land Capital Company CEO Rjay Brunkow for its “Difference Makers” series to talk about how ILCC creates customized, flexible loan packages that suit the needs of Native Nations. The interview series casts a much-needed spotlight on the many positive benefits that Native community development financial institutions (CDFIs) create for tribal communities and the leaders who help make Native CDFIs the transformational success stories they are.
ILCC helps Bois Forte Band regain 28,000 acres of its traditional lands
The Bois Forte Band of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, in partnership with The Conservation Fund and the Indian Land Tenure Foundation, along with its subsidiary Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) has announced the completed purchase of land that restores to the Band more than 28,000 acres of land within the Nett Lake and Deer Creek sectors of the Bois Forte Reservation.
ILCC reports record investment in 2021
Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) has reported significant growth in in its lending pool for Tribal economic development and land acquisition thanks to increased investment from a variety of organizations. ILCC raised more than $11.3 million in 2021, capital that is used to fund important projects in Native communities.
Other news and events
Click the ‘Read More’ link below to see articles published about ILCC as well as ILCC’s recent press releases. Featured projects include ILCC’s work with the Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians, the Pinoleville Pomo Nation, the Menomonie Tribe of Wisconsin and the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians in Michigan.