Coffee Break: Pathway tapped for loan effort, Memphis Commercial Appeal – 05/31/11

Pathway Lending has been selected by Goldman Sachs as part of its nationwide “10,000 Small Businesses Growth Collaborative.” Nashville-based Pathway, which offers lending for small businesses across the state, is one of 21 organizations to be selected. The group consists of community development financial institutions that provide access to capital to small businesses in diverse

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Pathway Lending Partners with Goldman Sachs, Nashville Business Journal – 5/20/11

Nashville-based Pathway Lending has been selected by banking giant Goldman Sachs to participate in its 10,000 Small Businesses growth initiative. Pathway will be one of 21 participating Community Development Financial Institutions that will work with Goldman to “develop both the capacity and knowledge to grow their small business lending portfolio and stimulate the growth of

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Signs Now among first to receive boost from Pathway Lending, Nashville Business Journal – 3/29/11

A Nashville manufacturer is among the first to tap a public-private fund that bundles money for energy-efficiency projects. Signs Now, which makes signs of various kinds, has installed solar panels from LightWave Solar after securing a loan of undisclosed size through Pathway Lending. Pathway, a U.S. Treasury-certified community development financial institution, administers a $50 million

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Larisa Brass: Loans aid efficiency upgrades, Knoxville News Sentinel – 2/28/11

Loans designed to make Tennessee businesses more energy-efficient are beginning to do their work even as the organization running the program steps up its applicant recruitment efforts. Pathway Lending launched the $50 million lending program last year with funding from the state, TVA, the Department of Energy, Middle Tennessee-based Pinnacle Financial Partners, the U.S. Economic

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Roger Harris column, Knoxville News Sentinel – 2/06/11

Feb. 6, 2011 (McClatchy-Tribune Regional News delivered by Newstex) — As president of Pathway Lending for the last eight years, Clint Gwin has seen firsthand how difficult it can be for Tennessee entrepreneurs to borrow the money they need to create new jobs and grow their businesses. In his new role as a member of

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