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NTCIC Heading to San Diego for the Novogradac NMTC Conference

Written By: NTCIC

On January 19th, NTCIC will be attending Novogradac’s 23rd Annual New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Conference to gain insight into the latest industry trends and to connect with the broader NMTC community. The conference will also enable our team members to learn more about upcoming NMTC projects that include a federal Historic Tax Credit component in advance of the January 26th application deadline.

We are looking forward to connecting with past, present, and future partners and discussing opportunities for the upcoming year.

Learn more about our NMTC investments. 

Attending the NMTC Conference? Connect with our team and meet in San Diego!

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Kandi Jackson

Managing Director, Acquisitions & Project Management

As Managing Director, Kandi oversees the Acquisitions and Project Management Team of NTCIC with a focus on HTC and NMTC investments, which is primarily responsible for finding, underwriting, closing, and initiating the first equity and loan disbursements to a project. Additionally, she originates and manages NTCIC’s upper-tier investor relationships. | Connect

Amanda Bloomberg

Senior Acquisitions Manager

Amanda is responsible for identifying, structuring, and preliminary underwriting prospective federal/state HTC and NMTC investments. She has over 15 years of experience in community development and structured finance Prior to joining NTCIC, Amanda spent nine years as an associate director originating, structuring, and closing LIHTC and HTC transactions. | Connect

Kathleen Galvan

Acquisitions Manager

Kathleen has been with NTCIC for 11 years, originally joining the team as an Asset Manager. As an Acquisitions Manager, Kathleen is responsible for identifying, structuring, and underwriting prospective federal and state Historic and New Markets Tax Credit investments. To date, she has successfully facilitated and managed tax credit investments representing over $1.5 billion in total development costs. | Connect