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Upcoming Events

May 23-24, 2018
Daily: 12:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern
The Intro EB-5 Finance WebCourse examines the basic statutes and regulations governing the EB-5 Program. Topics covered include direct EB-5 vs. EB-5 Regional Center programs, minimum investment requirements, securities regulations, and business plans and economic reports. Plus several case study examples will be discussed to showcase the variety of economic development projects that can benefit from this form of capital.

Featured State Resources

CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Webcast Series: Transforming the Motor City: Redevelopment in the Rust BeltMembers only Login
The effects of deindustrialization have been felt strongly throughout the rust belt, and Detroit is at the heart of this region....
Iosco County Economic Development Commission EDA RLF Plan
This RLF plan produced by the Iosco County Economic Development Commission was amended in 2014.
Building Sustainable Cities Through Blended CapitalMembers only Login
This Kresge Foundation case study examines strategies to confront the interconnected web of complex issues facing cities and...
Farm to Institution in MichiganMembers only Login
Kathryn Colasanti with the Center for Regional Food Systems discuss how her organization is helping to promote farm to...

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Featured State Programs

Accelerator Fund IMembers only Login
Michigan Accelerator Fund I is an investment partnership headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Fund size is $15.1 million: $6 million invested by the State of Michigan, and more than $9 million from individual and institutional investors....
Capital Access ProgramMembers only Login
The Capital Access Program uses small amounts of public resources to generate private lender financing, providing small businesses in Michigan access to capital that might not otherwise be available. Similar to a loan loss reserve fund, the bank,...
Collateral Support ProgramMembers only Login
The intent of the Michigan Business Growth Fund—Collateral Support Program (MBGF–CSP) is to supply cash collateral accounts to lending institutions to enhance the collateral coverage of borrowers. These accounts will cover all or a portion of a...

CDFA Michigan Supporters

For information about sponsoring, review the sponsor prospectus and complete our sponsorship agreement or contact CDFA.