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Products & Services

What can we help you with? Our Partners offer a variety of Business and Personal loan options along with Technical Assistance Programs for Indian Country.

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Our Impact

WIBA is increasing cooperation and leveraging resources among Wisconsin’s Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and partner organizations.

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Support WIBA

Invest in a successful Native partnership!  Become a part of an innovative capital-building model by providing investment capital, operational and programmatic funding.

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Who is WIBA?

Working together, WIBA Members are Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) that coordinate and leverage resources to maximize access to loans, training and counseling to best serve Wisconsin Indian Country – both on and off federally recognized reservation communities.

WIBA Members collectively work to bring millions of dollars to Wisconsin Indian Country from corporations, foundations and government programs to deliver our continuum of loan products and capacity-building technical assistance services to Native individuals, families, businesses and communities.

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Meet Our Partners

WIBA is designed to raise capital and coordinate financial education and community resources among Wisconsin’s Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and Strategic Partner organizations.

First Nations Community Financial (FNCF)

Serves the Ho-Chunk Nation and Native Americans statewide.

NiiJii Capital Partners, Inc. (NiiCaP)

Serves the Menominee, Sokaogon, and Lac du Flambeau reservations and Native Americans statewide.

Wisconsin Native Loan Fund (WINLF)

Serves the Lac du Flambeau and Oneida reservations and Native Americans statewide.

First American Capital Corporation (FACC)

Serves Native American entrepreneurs - located both on and off federally recognized reservations statewide

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Latest News and Info

WIBA strives to promote, educate, and inform Native Country on opportunities currently available.

Bad River Tribal Business and Economic Development Discussion

WIBA, in cooperation with the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Economic.

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