Lendistry Founder and CEO, Everett K. Sands, spoke at the Freedman's Bank Forum as part of a panel discussing “Investing in Entrepreneurs and Businesses”.
Constance Anderson Takes the Helm as President of The Center for Strategic Economic Studies and Institutional Development
The Center for Strategic Economic Studies and Institutional Development (“The Center”) announced today that Constance Anderson is the organization’s new president.
Lendistry Entered into a $50M Credit Facility from East West Bancorp (EWBC) for Affordable Small Business Lending
Lendistry announced today that East West Bancorp entered into a $50 million credit facility for the expansion of Lendistry’s inclusive and affordable small business lending platform.
Lendistry participated in the 35th Annual Airport Minority Advisory Committee (AMAC) Business Diversity Conference in Los Angeles this August.
Lendistry Receives $250K Commitment From State Bank of India (California) to Provide Financial Opportunities for Local Businesses
State Bank of India (California) (SBIC) has committed $250K to Lendistry’s CRA Loan Fund I to provide financial opportunities to businesses in underserved communities in the Los Angeles area.
The Lendistry team loves eating at local restaurants. Here are some of their favorites.
Deanna Bassett has joined Lendistry in an executive position at a critical stage in the company’s growth.
Lendistry announced today that it has been approved for membership by the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Everett K. Sands, joined other industry leaders to discuss how financial technology is helping to deliver capital to business owners in underserved communities.
Lendistry was named a Top District Lender for 2018 by the SBA’s Orange County/Inland Empire District Office.
Lendistry’s modern SBA loan is an affordable and fast way to grow your business.
Lendistry’s CEO, Everett K. Sands, was selected for the 2018 Opportunity Fellows Program.
After Surpassing Expectations Community Bank Invests an Additional $2MM in Lendistry’s CRA Loan Fund
Family-owned Community Bank invested $3MM in Lendistry’s CRA Loan Fund I, helping to fund over a dozen SBA loans.
The Land of Opportunity Reimagined, How Lendistry Offers Equal Opportunity to Small Businesses in Every Community
Minority-owned businesses face a number of challenges when trying to obtain funding for business establishment, expansion, and growth particularly with the loss of local banks with ties to their communities.
The Center Awards Grant to Sur-Ryl Marketing, Their Business Model Pays it Forward to Other Small Businesses
“At Sur-Ryl Marketing, we do marketing all day, everyday,” Sequoia Houston, winner of The Center’s “Access to Capital” grant explains.