Virtua CEO Quinn Palomino Offers Her Advice on Opportunity Zone Fund Reporting – It Should Be Simple

Principal of Virtua Partners, Quinn Palomino, suggests that fund reporting be impactful, but simple.

“It should include a breakdown of the number of jobs created with salaries and training for opportunities for upward mobility and, in the case of housing developments, the number of units created at market rate, workforce rate (priced for those earning 80%-120% of area median income) and affordable rate (for those earning below 80% of area median income), says Palomino. ‘We aim for 10-25% of workforce and affordable housing as a rule,’ said Palomino.” Read More