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Potawatomis to ramp up their investing

Milwaukee, Wis. - For future generations of Native Americans in Wisconsin, the path to financial security could lead through some high-tech corridors.

An effort to diversify Potawatomi tribe casino funds is adopting a more aggressive investment strategy, one that has contributed to both the nation's technology industry and the state economy.

After investing in two Midweste......

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In 2004, PBDC focused on preserving capital by avoiding risk investments and limiting its capital exposure in any new investment to less than 15 percent of its overall financial asset base.

Through its subsidiary company, Potawatomi Capital Company, PBDC invested in income-producing assets, including hospitality, commercial real estate, housing, and m......

Full article >>> esting in Wisconsin is "absolutely" a priority for PBDC, Leese said.

In addition to moving One Prospect offices to Milwaukee within the next two months, PBDC will open additional offices and hire employees in the city for a company they acquired in May.

"We will definitely provide economy for the state of Wisconsin," Leese explained.

The Potawatomi Design Group, formerl......

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