How Changes at TCAC/CDLAC are Affecting Non-Profit Developers

Host: NPH


This is a session of NPH’s 2021 Conference: Grow Power, Secure Justice on September 24th.

Recent changes in the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) and California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) regulations have meant big shifts in the types of projects getting funded – particularly as tax-exempt bonds have become competitive for the first time in over a decade. Developers and officials from TCAC/CDLAC will discuss how these changes are affecting non-profit developers and what the future may hold. Developers with projects in the pipeline applying for bonds or credits next year won’t want to miss this important discussion of the current and future state of tax credit and tax-exempt bond regulation in California. 

Tracks: Affordable Housing Finance; Federal, State, and Local Policy and Advocacy Solutions
Workshop Audience: Advocates, Attorneys, Developers, Government Staff, Lenders, Project Managers
Skill Level: Intermediate

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  • Marianne Lim, Director of Portfolio Finance and Policy, EAH Housing
  • Donald Gilmore, Executive Director, Community Housing Development Corporation
  • Nancee Robles, TCAC Executive Director and CDLAC Interim Executive Director, State Treasurer’s Office


  • Mark Stivers, Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy, California Housing Partnership