Savannah adds 10% city incentive to Georgia’s 20-30% transferrable tax credits

Written by: on March 21, 2017

The oldest city in Georgia, Savannah bursts with southern charm and atmospheric locations. Its cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and Bonaventure Cemetery – made famous by the novel and movie “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” – can add instant texture and production value to film and TV shoots. A 10% rebate on qualified […]

Monarch Private Capital Participates in Georgia Film Day at the State Capitol

Written by: on March 16, 2017

Monarch Private Capital has been a longtime supporter of the Georgia film industry, recently hosting a panel discussion with other businesses at Sundance Film Festival promoting the benefits of filmmaking in Georgia. Yesterday, the company turned out to show its support again at the state capitol for Georgia Film Day. Hosted by the Georgia Film, Music […]


Peter Rourk to Lead the National Expansion of Monarch Private Capital

Written by: on March 8, 2017

Charlotte, NC (March 8, 2017) – Monarch Private Capital (MPC), a national investor in affordable housing, solar energy, and historic preservation, announced the promotion of Peter Rourk to Head of National Sales.  In this new role, Rourk will lead the nationwide expansion of the company’s operations through strategic tax credit investment programs. Rourk joined the […]

Georgia Filmmaking in the South: Top film executives reveal benefits at Sundance 2017

Written by: on February 8, 2017

Monarch Private Capital opens the door for discussion on the Georgia Film Industry in Utah Atlanta, GA (February 8, 2017) – When Governor Nathan Deal announced in August that his administration planned “constructing a strong, film-ready workforce that will continue to help the industry thrive,” it would cement the state’s position as a film and […]


Celebrating the Holidays in January

Written by: on February 1, 2017

Monarch Private Capital staff celebrated their annual Holiday Party at Cape Dutch restaurant last week. December is an extremely busy month for the company, so MPC celebrates their successful year in January. Co-CEO’s Robin Delmer and George Strobel graciously hosted the special event, acknowledging the hard work of the Monarch Private Capital team in 2016. […]

Poncey-Highland Neighborhood Celebrates the Hotel Clermont’s Return with Ground Breaking

Written by: on January 31, 2017

(Monarch Private Capital — October 25, 2016) — Beloved Hotel Clermont to return in style; Monarch Private Capital and BNA Associates hold official neighborhood event (Monarch Private Capital — October 26, 2016) — It is one of the most beloved properties in Atlanta and on Tuesday, October 18th, an exclusive neighborhood ground breaking was held […]


NCSEA Census: North Carolina’s Clean Energy Economy Continues Adding Jobs as Industry Sectors Expand

Written by: on January 18, 2017

Energy Efficiency, Solar Shine through Policy Changes as $6.4B Clean Energy Industry’s Jobs Grow 31% over 2015 North Carolina’s diverse clean energy industry now boasts almost 1,000 firms, more than 34,000 full-time equivalent jobs, and $6.4 billion in annual revenues, according to the 2016 NC Clean Energy Industry Census, released today by the NC Sustainable […]

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Amazon to Flip the Switch on Massive Wind Project in North Carolina

Written by: on January 4, 2017

Wind generates about 5 percent of U.S. electricity, but that figure is steadily rising. In fact, at 41 percent, wind power was the largest source of new electricity production in 2015. None of that, however, came out of the Southeast. The region imports 3.8 gigawatts of wind energy from the Midwest (enough to power 10 […]


Monarch Private Capital Joins Macy’s and Guests for Toys for Tots Special Collection

Written by: on December 13, 2016

For nearly seven decades, the Marine Corps Reserves have not wavered in their commitment to America’s children and to the Toys for Tots annual campaign. Since launching the program in 1947, more than half a billion toys have been distributed to children in need, bringing with it “a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will […]