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AIKC March 5th Luncheon Meeting

March 05, 2019
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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The Granfalloon Restaurant & Bar
608 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64112

Opportunity Zones: Expanding the Capital Gains Investment Opportunity
Featured speakers Korb Maxwell with Polsinelli and Ruben Alonso with Alt Cap.
Economic development projects are the focus of Korb Maxwell’s practice. He has negotiated, secured approval of, and documented hundreds of millions of dollars in incentives for his clients’ projects in every asset class of real estate.

Korb’s area of concentration is on large-scale development and employment projects that utilize complex federal, state, and municipal development incentives. His experience in working with municipalities and states in structuring and implementing incentive packages provides him with insight and practical experience that benefit clients’ real estate, economic development or employment projects.

Korb has significant experience with:  STAR Bond, Tax increment financing, Transportation development districts, Community improvement districts, Special benefit districts, Neighborhood revitalization areas, Real and personal property tax exemptions, Numerous federal and state tax credit programs.  He often appears before municipal governing bodies, on behalf of his development clients, in jurisdictions throughout the Midwest. 

As President of AltCap, Ruben Alonso is responsible for the overall administration, management and ongoing development of the organization and its targeted lending activity as well as its small business and economic development programming. He has led the organization since 2007 overseeing its certification as a community development entity (CDE) and then as a community development financial institution (CDFI). 
Under his leadership, AltCap has grown from a CDE specializing in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) facilitated financing to a socially entrepreneurial CDFI providing a variety of innovative financing products that support small business investment in low- to moderate-income communities. 

Mexican buffet includes chicken fajitas, beef tacos, black beans, Spanish style rice, salsa, guacamole & chips. $25 per person.

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