Webinar: Opportunity Zones Update Amidst the Pandemic with Steve Glickman

  • 30 Jun 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Webinar - instructions will be emailed to registrants

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Have you heard the term " Opportunity Zones" and been interested to learn more? Are you an impact investor already in the OZ & place-based investment space? Wondering how COVID is going to have an affect on OZ investments? 

Join Impact Capital Forum online at 2pm EDT, June 30th, for a fireside chat with Steve Glickman, one of chief architects of the original OZ legislation to glean valuable insight into the evolving landscape of OZ's during COVID, changing tax filing extensions etc. The IRS has extended deadlines for our tax filings, 1031s, and Opportunity Zones. But what do these extensions really mean for our Opportunity Zone deadlines? Will the government be issuing any more extensions? Has this stalled progress towards improving the most economically distressed communities in the U.S.? Hear from the OG of the legislation himself, Steve Glickman. 

Our speakers are:

  • Steve Glickman is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Develop LLC, the nation's leading advisory firm dedicated to building and supporting Opportunity Zone Funds seeking to positively transform low-income communities across America. He is one of the nation's top Opportunity Zones experts who is a sought-after speaker around the country. In addition, Steve is the Co-Founder and former CEO of the Economic Innovation Group (EIG), a bipartisan research and policy organization in Washington, D.C. focused on addressing economic inequality through the creation of a new marketplace for private equity investments in distressed communities. Under Steve’s leadership, EIG was the architect of the $6 trillion Qualified Opportunity Zones program, the largest community investment incentive in U.S. history. Steve sits on Georgetown's Board of Governors and the Board of The NewDEAL, and previously served in the Obama Administration from 2008-2013 as a senior economic advisor. Steve also held the position of Deputy Associate Counsel at the White House, as well Chief of Staff for the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
  • Carolyn Allwin is a Co-Founder at Recap Investing, a sustainable investing robo-advisor. Prior to Recap, Carolyn worked at GoldenTree Asset Management, a multibillion dollar distressed debt hedge fund, and worked as a tax attorney at Ernst & Young. She has a specific sector focus in aiding clients on implementing efficient cross-border tax planning strategies and navigating regulatory changes. Carolyn is an Adjunct Professor at the Bard MBA Program for Sustainability. She currently sits on the Board of the Impact Capital Forum as the Chair of the Thought Leadership and Programs Committee. As a tax attorney by trade and impact investing field builder, Carolyn is currently devoted to spreading awareness on the newest impact investing tool, Opportunity Zones.
  • Perry Teicher leads Orrick’s Impact Finance and Investment Practice, a global initiative supporting entrepreneurs and investors looking to create intentional, sustainable, and measurable environmental and social impact. In addition to developing and implementing Orrick’s impact strategy, Perry represents early-stage entrepreneurs in the U.S. and across emerging markets developing and growing their business, managing fundraising, intellectual property, commercial agreements, and other legal needs. Alongside his role at Orrick, Perry sits on the NEXUS Impact Investing Working Group leadership team, and on the Board of Directors of LAVAN, the Jewish community’s impact investing network. Perry serves on the Board of Directors of the Joint Distribution Committee, the world’s largest Jewish humanitarian organization.

ICF Members can pre-register at no cost. Non-Members may join for a $15 registration. Membership is available at levels for $25, $50 and $95, learn more. Login instructions for this Zoom videoconference will be emailed after your registration is completed.


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