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Press Release: Pathway Lending Receives $1 Million Wells Fargo Grant To Accelerate Job, Revenue Growth Among Tennessee Minority-Owned Small Businesses

Funding aids in expanding Pathway Lending’s Flex Fund statewide NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Sept. 24, 2021 – Pathway Lending today announced it has secured a $1 million grant from the Wells Fargo Open for Business Fund to expand Flex Fund – a new source of “patient” growth capital – to minority-and woman-owned businesses in key markets

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Pathway Lending Welcomes Tracy Buckley To New Role, Memphis Medical District Investment Fund Director

Pathway Lending welcomes Tracy Buckley to the team as Director of the Memphis Medical District Investment Fund. Tracy brings more than 17 years of technical training and measured success in the economic development industry.  Her industry knowledge includes commercial and residential real estate development practices, placed based neighborhood strategies, and revolving loan funds centered around

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Press Release: U.S. Treasury’s CDFI Fund Awards $30 Million In New Markets Tax Credits to Tennessee-Based Organization

Pathway Lending to Deploy Investments Across Urban and Rural Communities NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 8, 2021) – Pathway Lending announced today an award of  $30 million in New Markets Tax Credits from the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) to the nonprofit lender’s certified Community Development Entity (CDE). The sole

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Positive Prosperity Helped Small Business KNS Solutions Pivot Through The Pandemic

Kenya Nelson Stevens founded KNS Solutions in 2015. From her main office in Nashville, Tennessee, Kenya brings her financial expertise and years of experience as a small business educator and owner to small business clients across the country, powered by cloud-based accounting software and guided by a philosophy she calls “positive prosperity.” She explains, “It’s

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Pathway Lending Welcomes Tony Taylor As VP Lending East Tennessee

Pathway Lending, a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) as designated by the U.S. Treasury Department, announced the hire of  Tony Taylor as Vice President of Lending for East Tennessee. Tony has over 12 years experience in the financial industry. During this time he has served as Assistant Vice President and Banking Center Manager for

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Press Release: $30M Memphis Medical District Investment Fund Will Spur Inclusive Real Estate Development

Memphis Medical District Collaborative, Pathway Lending, banks and private foundations partner to launch capital fund to finance transformative residential and mixed-use real estate development MEMPHIS (July 19, 2021) – Pathway Lending and the Memphis Medical District Collaborative (MMDC), in partnership with First Horizon, Regions Bank, Truist, The Kresge Foundation and The Hyde Family Foundation, today

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Pathway Lending Introduces Katie Hendrix To New Role In Chattanooga

Pathway Lending is excited to welcome Katie Hendrix to a new role in Chattanooga, VP of Client and Stakeholder Development. Katie will develop and maintain strategic partnerships in the Chattanooga area and will be working alongside our lending team to support opportunities for area small business owners. “Providing access to capital to small business owners,

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Press Release: $7.5 Million Chattanooga Small Business Opportunity Loan Fund Aims to Boost Capital Access for Area Small and Minority-Led Businesses

New Fund from Pathway Lending Anchors Inclusive Growth Effort by Financial, Philanthropic and Community Partners, Brings Key Local Hires and Office Expansion CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (June 9, 2021) – Chattanooga’s profile as an entrepreneurship hub gets a boost with a new $7.5 million loan fund Pathway Lending announced today. Part of a collaborative effort to advance

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Press Release: Strengthening A More Inclusive Small Business Ecosystem In Chattanooga | JPMorgan Chase Is Committing $400,000 To Three Community Partners

Strengthening a more inclusive small business ecosystem in Chattanooga JPMorgan Chase is committing $400,000 to three community partners who are dedicated to strengthening an equitable small business ecosystem CHATTANOOGA, April 28 – The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga (ULGC), LAUNCH and Pathway Lending, with the support of JPMorgan Chase, are collaborating to find innovative ways

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