Registration has opened for the 2015 NMTC Coalition Annual Conference, which will take place on December 9-10 at the Hotel Monaco in Washington, D.C. Be sure to register soon to take advantage of the Early Bird discount. Updates on the conference will be continually posted on the “Events” page on the NMTC website, and agenda and other conference materials will be up soon.
Please Note: The registration fee is non-refundable after November 10, 2015.
This year’s conference will provide great opportunities for attendees to learn about the new leadership in the House and policy and regulatory plans for the NMTC, meet with Members of Congress, as well as network with your industry peers. On Wednesday, December 9, attendees will have the opportunity to visit their Members of Congress during our Lobby Day. The Coalition will also host a Capitol Hill Reception that evening from 5:30 pm to 7 pm in room B-369 of the Rayburn House Office Building. Below is an invitation to the reception, which the Coalition has distributed to Congress. We encourage attendees to send it to Members of Congress and their staff to personally invite them to attend.
NMTC Coalition President José Villalobos welcomes conference attendees.
Experienced House and Senate tax staff representing Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle will join us to share their insights on what to expect during the remainder of the year and what to expect next year. Panelists include Nick Wyatt, Senate Finance Committee, Majority, Beth Bell, Office of Senator Ben Cardin and […]
From 2:30pm to 5:30pm, conference attendees go to the Hill to meet with members Congress and Congressional staff to urge support for a NMTC extension.
Join members of Congress, their staff, and NMTC supporters for a Capitol Hill reception from 5:30pm to 7:00pm in B-369 Rayburn House Office Building. The nearest metro is Capitol South. Congressman Reed (R-NY) will be attending, introduced by Bob Davenport of the National Development Council
A VIP speaker addresses the conference.
Attorneys who are active in structuring NMTC transactions will give their views on the the latest rules, regulations and procedures governing the Credit.
Key staff from the Office of Tax Policy, IRS, and the CDFI Fund will be on hand to provide updates on the NMTC.
Investors react to regulatory changes, discuss trends, and comment on their views concerning NMTC investing in 2016. Panelists: Tracy Burton, Wells Fargo Spencer Gagnet, Capital One Kevin Goldsmith, Chase Eric Rosen, SunTrust Jennifer Westerbeck, U.S. Bank
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