Newsflash Dec.19 2012
December 19, 2012
Virginia Community Capital
Virginia Community Capital has received three national grants this past month to support its work in low-income communities and bolster ongoing job creation efforts. A $415,000 grant from the 2012 Bank Enterprise Award Program (BEA), offered through the U.S. Department of Treasury's Community Development Financial Institution Fund, will provide leverage for a wide range of projects across Virginia. This is VCC's fourth consecutive BEA award. $32,750 from the Create Jobs for USA Fund, a collaboration between Starbucks and the Opportunity Finance Network to spark job creation nationally, will combine with first round funding secured in 2011. $20,000 from the Wells Fargo NEXT Awards Program, supporting innovative CDFIs, will provide planning grant funds for the Healthy Foods initiative at VCC. "These grants increase our capacity to provide funding and technical advisory services for low-income communities across Virginia," offered Jane Henderson, VCC President and CEO. "We are especially pleased to see national organizations recognize our efforts and the importance of fellow CDFIs."
FINANTA - Chief Financial Officer (Philadelphia, PA)
FINANTA, a micro- and small-business lender, is seeking a CFO. Responsibilities include accounting, lending and management of the loan portfolio, reporting and contract compliance, board and committee work, staff management, research, buisness and technical assistance, and information controls. The CFO will have at least five years of professional experience, including managing the finances and administration of non-profits or similar entities; experience creating and driving the analytic framework for planning and managing organizational change in a highly entrepreneurial organization, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, Finance or similar field. FINANTA is accepting resumes for this position until January 15, 2013. Full details available here.
Central Bank of Kansas City - Business Development Officer (Kansas City, MO)
The Business Development Officer (BDO) will develop and strengthen the commercial loan referral network, using leads to achieve loan goals. The BDO will be responsible for exploring and pursuing new markets for loan products, preliminarily analyzing loan requests, and preparing written overviews and recommendations for the proposal. A BDO also is responsible for following regulatory guidelines and compliance procedures when initiating potential loan discussions, including government community reinvestment guidelines. The BDO will report directly to the chief lending officer. Also a BDO preliminarily reviews a commercial borrower's financial data and determines the company's creditworthiness. He or she also verifies credit references and ensures that a borrower has sufficient cash levels to repay loans pertaining to new products and services. We are looking for a friendly, energetic person who has the qualifications and skills that match today’s opportunity. This position is responsible for developing commercial loan leads which meet established lending requirements and provide maximum profitability to the Bank with a minimal risk. All referrals for prospective customers will come from sources outside of bank personnel, directors, and customers. This candidate will need to be self motivated, organized, and a good time manager. Weekly reports of potential customer calling activity will be required. Full details available here.
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