The National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3) is hosting an online 6-month long legal training series for attorneys that will dive deeper into the legal considerations and skills needed to assist clients who want to build and maintain a Diversified Community Investment Fund (DCIF). Topics covered during this series will include:
- The why behind the DCIF structure and a look at how it compares to other community investment fund structures
- Choice of entity and tax considerations
- Offering strategy and compliance
- Advisors Act compliance
- Planning for growth
Confirmed presenters so far include Brian Beckon and Kim Arnone from Cutting Edge Capital, Kate Redman from Commongrounds Cooperative, Megan Motil from Parallel Solutions, Brian Mikulencak from Blue Dot Advocates, and Brett Heeger from Gundzik Gundzik Heeger, LLP.
Have to miss a session? That's okay, the sessions will be recorded.