Heartland Renaissance Fund, an affiliate of The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group, is pleased to name Becka Webb as vice president. Webb will focus on implementing state and federal New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocations through Heartland. Heartland has $200 million in federal and a recently announced $19 million in state NMTC allocations. “Becka will be focused on working with clients on the implementation of New Markets Tax Credit allocations in disadvantaged areas of the state,” said Sam Walls III, president, Heartland Renaissance Fund. “Her financial background, along with her experience in lending, is a great fit for our organization, which is focused on job creation and helping businesses expand in Arkansas.” Webb previously served as a senior analyst at Allied Wireless and as a loan officer at Arkansas Department Finance Authority. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with degrees in financial management and international economics. Webb is also a sustaining member of the Junior League of Little Rock and volunteers for Forest Park Elementary and CARTI. Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG) is a privately held group dedicated to improving the lives of Arkansans. ACCG and its affiliate companies empower entrepreneurs by providing capital to businesses through its capital availability products and advocating for entrepreneurs through capital, educational and technological improvements. ACCG serves as the platform from which new opportunities are launched and today includes eight affiliates including Arkansas Capital Corporation, Six Bridges Capital Corporation, Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation, Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation, Diamond State Ventures, Heartland Renaissance Fund, Connect Arkansas, and Pine State Capital. To learn more, visit arcapital.com Heartland Renaissance Fund, established in 2002, is a private corporation dedicated to stimulating economic activity in disadvantaged areas in Arkansas through the use of New Markets Tax Credits. Heartland has received a total federal New Markets Tax Credit allocation of $200 million and is working with private and public sector leaders to use these credits to deploy low-cost capital to businesses throughout Arkansas.