What is the Heartland Renaissance Fund?
Arkansas Capital’s Heartland Renaissance Fund (HRF) subsidiary is a certified Community Development Entity (CDE) and a multi-round recipient of the U.S. Treasury’s New Market Tax Credits (NMTC).
Since 2003, HRF has received $375 million in allocation. These NMTC credits have been invested into over 40 projects in low-income communities throughout our service area. HRF provides flexible, below-market rate financing to projects focusing on creating quality jobs and catalytic economic growth in distressed communities. HRF provides financing to projects with demonstrable community impacts and structures each investment to provide maximum benefit to the project.
Heartland Renaissance Fund Projects
HRF has provided financing to numerous projects that demonstrate a significant impact on distressed communities. Learn more about these projects and the impact that HRF has had.
Our Service Areas
Service areas for the Heartland Renaissance Fund include communities in the following states:
Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, and Tennessee.
HRF’s team members are highly experienced in structuring investment capital for innovative, early stage, and high growth companies in a variety of industries. Combined team member transaction experience exceeds $1.1 billion with over 75 years of collective knowledge.
- Tax Credit Syndication / Tax Credit Finance
- Public-Private Partnership Opportunities
- Alternative Financing Solutions
Number of projects funded in our service area
jobs created / retained