Seeking Loan Officer

ATNI-EDC is seeking a Loan Officer. This position offers an excellent opportunity to work hands-on with emerging and established Native entrepreneurs that are seeking financing options to start or scale their business by facilitating access to capital and appropriate loan products! Training opportunities available depending on years of experience. For more information, please visit https://atniedc.com/jobs/. Position closes 5/7/21.

We’re Hiring!

Greetings, friends! We’re seeking a Loan Officer/ Manager to oversee lending and small business support operations of ATNI-EDC and our subsidiary CDFI, ATNI Financial Services. The position offers an excellent opportunity to work hands-on with emerging and established Native entrepreneurs that are seeking financing options to start or scale their business.  The successful candidate is mission-driven, community oriented, and seeks creative solutions to issues as they arise. Please share with your networks! For more information and to apply, visit our Jobs Board!

State Small Business Credit Initiative Information Session

Our partners at Quarles & Brady LLP are hosting an information session to support Tribes in planning for programs covered under the State Small Business Credit Initiative. The webinar will take place Wednesday, 4/21 at 11 am Pacific Time. To register, click here.

Program Overview:

The American Rescue Plan amended the State Small Business Credit Support Initiative to include tribes and provide $500 million in funding for small business credit support. Treasury has announced some key dates for tribes to submit a Notice of Intent, to determine the funding allocations and to file applications for the tribe’s programs. This webinar will provide more in-depth information on different types of credit support programs, potential partnerships, and some key planning considerations to prepare the Treasury application.

Speakers:

  • Pilar Thomas, Quarles & Brady LLP
  • Joel Haspel, Cogent Analysis Group

Who Should Attend:

This session is intended for tribal leaders, tribal financial and business enterprise staff, and tribal financial advisors. Quarles & Brady reserves the right to limit or restrict attendance to the program.

This webinar is complimentary. 

Questions?
Please contact Katie Morris at 312.715.5268 or katherine.morris@quarles.com

ATNI Winter Convention and Newsletter

Snapshot of ATNI-EDC Newsletter, Edition 12, January 2021

Happy New Year! It’s that time of year again: The ATNI Winter Convention is convening virtually this week! As always, this convention is full of great and breaking information. ATNI-EDC produces a newsletter to correspond with the timing of the ATNI Conventions. Though we can’t hand out hard copies in-person, you can still read about our activities and be inspired by the success of Native-owned businesses! You can get the newsletter on our website at https://www.atniedc.com, or by clicking here. I hope that you and your families are doing well now that we’re in 2021!