2017 NMTC Coalition June Policy Conference
The NMTC Coalition will hold its annual policy conference on June 7, 2017 in Washington, D.C. at the Capital Hilton. Registration for the conference is now open.This year’s event will take place at the Capital Hilton located at 1001 16th Street Northwest. The one-day conference opens with breakfast on June 7th and closes with a Capitol Hill Reception at 7:00pm. The Coalition is inviting senior Treasury and CDFI Fund staff to participate, as well as other NMTC industry experts. In addition, the Coalition will release its new 2017 NMTC Progress Report.
Early Bird registration is $275 for NMTC Coalition Members and $325 for non-members. After May 19th, registration fees will increase to $325 for members and $375 for non-members.
Please note that all registration fees are non-refundable after May 19, 2017.
Hotel Room Block
The Coalition has secured a small block of rooms at the Capital Hilton for $409 per night. Please book your room as soon as possible to ensure availability as this is a very busy time in Washington, DC.
Book online: https://aws.passkey.com/go/NMTCCOALITION
March 22, 2017 Capitol Hill Briefing
Longtime NMTC champion and original cosponsor of the New Markets Tax Credit Extension Act of 2017 (HR 1098), Congressman Tom Reed provided opening remarks. The event included a video on how the NMTC works and presentations on NMTC projects that were featured in the NMTC at Work in Communities Across America report that the Coalition released in December 2016. Projects included the BlueOak and electronic waste recycling facility in Arkansas, Grady Memorial Hospital Emergency Room Expansion in Georgia, business incubator IndustryDENVER in Colorado and St. Martin de Porres High School in Ohio.
2016 NMTC Coalition Annual Conference
The 2016 NMTC Coalition Annual Conference was held on December 14-15 at the Hotel Monaco in Washington, D.C. This year’s event provided one of the first opportunities for the NMTC industry to engage with the CDFI Fund after the 2015-2016 “super round,” awarding CDEs $7 billion in NMTC allocations. On the legislative front, attendees heard updates on the new Administration and 115th Congress, concerning tax policy and regulatory plans for the NMTC. The conference also featured panels on investing and regulatory matters of importance from NMTC experts.
As in past years, time was set aside for attendees to visit their Members of Congress, as well as attend a Capitol Hill reception. Thank you to all of the conference attendees who made this one of our best attended and most substantive conferences yet. We also thank our conference sponsors for their generous support, including Baker Tilly, Butler Snow, Capital One, Chase, Citi, Dentons, Enhanced Community Development, Mass Development, Nixon Peabody, Urban Action Community Development, and Texas Mezzanine Fund. The agenda and presentations are below.
CDFI Fund PowerPoints
David Meyer: NMTC Chart
Greg Bischak: CIIS Reporting_NMTC Coalition_12-15-16
Minority CDE Training Initiative
Saurabh Narain, NCIF: NMTC Coalition 2016_NCIF Presentation
2016 Conference Agenda