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Access to Capital

Increasing Investment with Minority Owned Companies & Emerging Developers

Tuesday July 28 2020 | 4:30 PM EDT

Webinar Summary

  1. How can investors, governments and municipalities direct more capital to minority developers?
  2. What form of capital is available for minority developers?
  3. What issues do minority developers face when trying to get a deal off the ground?
  4. What barriers do institutions have to investing in minority neighborhoods?
  5. What lending and investment practices can be created to promote opportunities for minority owned CRE companies?

Featured Presenters

Don Peebles

Don Peebles

Founder, Chairman & CEO, The Peebles Corporation

Recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the nation, R. Donahue (Don) Peebles Jr. is Founder, Chairman, and CEO of The Peebles Corporation. In an era wher...

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Beatrice Sibblies

Beatrice Sibblies

Managing Partner, BOS Development

Beatrice Sibblies is the managing partner of BOS Development, a community-focused real estate development and brokerage firm based in Harlem. BOS Development creates the spectrum o...

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Dawanna Williams

Dawanna Williams

Founder & Managing Principal, Dabar Development Partners

Dawanna Williams established Dabar Development Partners as a full-service real estate development and investment firm focused on the preservation, renovation and new construction o...

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Brian Lamb

Brian Lamb

Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, JPMorgan Chase

Why This Matters

Access to capital is one of the most important factors limiting the establishment, expansion and growth of minority-owned businesses & emerging developers. 

 

On July 28 Don Peebles, Beatrice Sibbles, Dawanna Williams and Brian Lamb will discuss the equity and debt markets for minority and emerging developers and answer some of the industry's most important questions.

 

Join Bisnow and our all-star panelists as we analyze the current financial environment and the burden placed on minority entrepreneurs who are trying to keep their businesses afloat in today’s economy.