CDC Small Business Finance and the Momentus Capital branded family of companies regularly receive media coverage for their work to provide access to affordable and responsible capital.
That coverage, compiled on this page, includes our efforts with key organizations and local leaders to deliver critical social services, and our work to help entrepreneurs of color grow their businesses.
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Stacey Sanchez and Ken Rosenthal were two of just five people to be named “BDO of the Year” by The Coleman Report. This leading banking publication annually honors the best in small business lending practices. Sanchez and Rosenthal’s awards are a nod to their commitment to creating more equitable opportunities for the small business community.
Our president and CEO, Ellis Carr, was named to Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business list. The article showcased the Equitable Development Initiative, which is a program led by CDC’s sister organization Capital Impact Partners that helps real estate developers of color in four regions of the United States.
Why did Capital Impact Partners, CDC Small Business Finance, and Ventures Lending Technologies come together to create the Momentus Capital branded family of companies? In this interview with the AFRO, Momentus Capital president and CEO Ellis Carr discussed why it is so important to provide a continuum of social, financial and knowledge capital for local leaders, businesses and community organizations to bolster economic mobility and wealth creation.
Ellis Carr conducted an interview with IFF, a mission-driven lender, developer, and consultant that helps communities thrive. Among the topics: why the Momentus Capital branded family of companies was formed, how Ventures Lending Technologies will continue to evolve to support Momentus Capital’s strategic vision, and other notable announcements and initiatives.
Michael and Summer Sanders always dreamed of owning a business, not just leasing a commercial property that wasn’t their own. An SBA 504 loan allowed them to switch from renters to fully owning the business and property, thanks to CDC Small Business Finance. The Sanders, a husband/wife team that owns Local Juicery in Sedona, Arizona, were able to purchase the existing space they have leased since December 2014 with an SBA 504 commercial real estate loan.
LaKisha Gant, senior vice president of commercial real estate for CDC Small Business Finance, was among the honorees at the annual Southern California Women Leading Real Estate event. The awards shone a light on movers and shakers in commercial real estate, from top-level executives to leaders on the rise.