BWC has a specific focus and interest in how the private, not-for-profit and public sectors can participate in and, when possible, work together to foster economic development in the communities in which they operate.
We believe the success of organizations and businesses is inextricably tied to the success of the community and the individuals that live and work there.
We leverage our unique backgrounds and experience to:
We embrace and incorporate the concept of New Urbanism into the work we do. We define New Urbanism as sustainable economic development and community revitalization that leads to the effective implementation of sound financial strategies to build wealth in communities utilizing a triple-bottom line approach (Environment, Profit and Social/Community Equity and Wealth)
Producers vs. Users of resources
Our Innovative Financing Yields Results
In order to meet the needs of each unique client, BWC takes an innovative approach known as Structured Multi-Layered Financing, which:
Financial tools for sustainable economic development are created to stretch limited resources available for projects that can have a transformative impact on a community.
Bennett College for Women
As a financial advisor to Bennett College for Women in Greensboro, NC, BWC completed a modification of the College's debt, unencumbering $30 million in physical assets and revenues.
BWC advised the College on the financing and new construction of 3 new buildings including a welcome and admissions center, student housing and a student center.