UPCOMING: The Ease of PPP
From the Nashville Entrepreneur Center:
The Ease of PPP: How Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Can Get Funding Before Time Runs Out
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
1 pm - 2 pm CT
The window is closing to get money into the hands of Nashville’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. In this workshop, Fourth Capital’s CEO, Brian Heinrichs, explains the recent changes that have made getting funding easier for many and why you should consider taking advantage before time runs out. We’ll cover:
What is PPP?
Special provisions for service industry companies and under-represented entrepreneurs
How to know if you’re eligible
What you’ll need to apply
The deadline to apply
The how and why of loan forgiveness
Brian Heinrichs serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Fourth Capital. With over two decades of leadership experience across multiple industries and disciplines, Brian has an extensive financial background in trading, structuring, and mergers and acquisitions. He began his career at Koch Industries, the country’s second-largest private company based in Wichita, Kansas. He held various roles during his tenure and credits his time at Koch for shaping many aspects of his career path and leadership approach.
Prior to joining Fourth Capital, Brian served as chief financial officer at INTRUST Bank, where, in addition to finance and accounting functions, he led many areas in the bank including strategy, marketing, technology, operations, risk, compliance and information security. Prior to that he was a fixed-income derivatives trader for the Royal Bank of Canada in Chicago and New York.
At Fourth Capital, Brian enjoys planning and working with clients and co-workers to develop solutions with long-term benefits for all stakeholders. Outside of work, you’ll find Brian seeing Broadway shows with his family or attending a Pearl Jam concert (he’s seen them almost 60 times in 8 different countries!). He graduated from the Wichita State University Barton School of Business with a degree in Finance. Brian and his wife, Joy, reside in Green Hills with their two children.
About Fourth Capital:
Locally owned and privately held, Fourth Capital was created on a foundational belief that banking should be local, personal, and mutually beneficial. We are a full-service community bank, where human connections combine with technology solutions to create a premier banking experience. Fourth Capital’s headquarters office is in the historic Rolling Mill Hill neighborhood at Peabody Plaza, with branches in Nashville and Franklin. For more information, visit fourthcapital.com.