Working Group Breakfast - Opportunity Zone Investing

  • 22 May 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
  • Orrick - 51 W 52nd St, New York, NY 10019

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Impact Capital Forum's Opportunity Zones Working Group

Showcasing Catalyzers leading OZ Funds


This event is the third gathering of ICF's working group about Opportunity Zones. The US Treasury has just announced a second round of proposed regulations for Opportunity Zone investing. The working group's members will discuss points of clarification and opportunities that can optimize their Opportunity Zones investment activity. This Working Group session will showcase catalyzers who are putting the Regulations into action. 

Jeremy Keele, Managing Partner, Catalyst Opportunity Funds

Christina Hollenback and Marcus Glover, Founders, M. Glover Capital

The working group is open to new members. It is relevant to those investing in Opportunity Zones - or supporting such investment - including foundations, financial institutions, impact investing intermediaries, fund managers, investors, attorneys, advisors, and real estate developers. 


What are Opportunity Zones?

Opportunity Zones have emerged as a transformative economic development tool, providing a new incentive to place much-needed capital into distressed communities. Opportunity Zones also offer investors opportunities to defer and/or reduce their tax liabilities when committing capital within designated areas. A helpful guide to Opportunity Zone investing is here.

Location

Orrick - 51 W 52nd St, New York, NY 10019.

Breakfast will be served.

The event is co-sponsored by Impact Capital Forum and Orrick, a law firm and leading advisor in the Technology, Energy & Infrastructure, and Financial sectors globally.

How to Register

When you visit this event web page, you have the choice of registering as a new or existing Impact Capital Forum ‘member’; this includes access to all future working group meetings, participation in electronic communications of the working group, as well as access to other ICF impact sector events. To become a member, visit our Membership web page. There is also an option to register for the breakfast as a ‘non-member’, which includes access to just the one event.




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