Who We Are
NACCA, the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, is a network of over 50 Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFIs) dedicated to stimulating economic growth for all Indigenous people in Canada. The AFI network has provided 50,000 loans totaling $3 billion to businesses owned by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people. NACCA supports the network by building AFI capacity and fostering Indigenous business development. NACCA’s goal is to provide opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs and increase prosperity for Indigenous people in Canada. These efforts increase social and economic self-reliance and sustainability for Indigenous people and communities nationwide.
NACCA advocates for Indigenous economic development by focusing on the following: representing the unified voice of AFIs; publishing national and regional results of AFI work; fostering partnerships and building capacity; and delivering the Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Program (AEP) products and services to AFIs.
NACCA models its core values in everything it does. The diverse network of AFIs believes that they are stronger together.
To serve as the voice of Aboriginal Financial Institutions and as a national advocate for Aboriginal business development.
Promoting thriving, prosperous, Aboriginal businesses with equitable access to capital and care.
Balance of our advocacy and program delivery roles
Respect for our diversity and distinct Indigenous cultures
Awareness of the rights, aspirations, and needs of Indigenous people
Integrity in our relationships
Diligence in our work
Sharing of our knowledge within and beyond the network
NACCA will maintain a Quality Management System that will guide its provision of financial assistance programming and advocacy support for the network of Aboriginal Financial Institutions operating across Canada.
Read our full Quality Policy Statement here:
NACCA QMS_Quality Policy Statement 2021