Modern Commercial Capital Institute
Commercial capital training for professionals. Our training classes are developed from real world practical experiences both as being a direct lender and project sponsors structuring complex financial structures. Our comprehensive program covers the most up to date economic development financing structures that are utilized by:
Economic development professionals
Community development professionals
Government and nonprofit finance officers
Commercial Loan Consutants
Our comprehensive training includes topics like
Non- Bank Financing
New Markets Tax Credits
Commercial Mortgage Underwriting
Foreign Direct Investments
Over 15 years of commercial finance and banking and business valuation experience with major banks and financial institutions. Working with companies that have been pioneers in developing technology driven small business lending products. Demond has a major focus on developing partnerships with agencies and institutions that are vital to increasing capital access to under-served businesses nationwide. Demond has been involved in all facets from underwriting to structuring complex Commercial Finance transactions. Developed training programs that have been implemented through SBDC's, minority business development agencies, and major organizations like Skanska USA.
Nic is a developer of a major Las Vegas Luxury Movie Theater project called Eclipse Theater. Nic, is an active New Market Tax Credit and EB-5 consultant on various projects. Prior to founding Eclipse Theaters, Mr. Steele was the Controller and a key person responsible for building/overseeing the finance and real estate groups for the Downtown Project, a $350 million investment group revitalizing Downtown Las Vegas.
Minority Business Development Institute
The Minority Business Development Institute (MBDI) is an innovative, community-based, non-profit organization born out of a passionate desire to "change the paradigm" of economic inequality for the minority, veteran and women contractor community.1 We help to position minority firms to become credit worthy and therefore bondable, providing an effective response to the lack of capital that has historically limited MBE opportunities and growth.2 Minority and veteran-owned small businesses hold vast opportunity for advancement. The MBDI team's financial, legal and surety industry experience equips it to provide emerging contractors direct services, technical support and clearly defined road maps to success.