Nothing is more important than finding a business partner you can trust. With All Nations Capital, our focus is understanding what the First Nation needs and wants. From there, we target multiple options.
We use proven finance strategies and solutions designed to meet your needs. And you can count on unbiased recommendations and impartial guidance based directly on your goals.
Every successful financial strategy starts with an excellent relationship. Our mission and values include exceeding our client’s every expectation. Call us today to find out how we can suggest long and short-term strategies that will help provide solutions to the First Nations.
Don Lyons, Chairman of NativeOne is joined by several Native leaders from the USA and Canada to mark the first time ever a Native-owned Broker Dealer Firm rang the ceremonial closing bell on the NYSE marking the opening of NativeOne and beginning of a new era for all Natives.
“We are humbled to host the Navajo Code Talkers at the NYSE, the symbol of financial freedom that they helped protect and preserve,” said Donald Lyons, CEO and Founder of NativeOne Financial and a member of the California-based Morongo Indians.
"NativeOne aims to "level the financial playing field for all Native American Tribes and Canadian First Nations by offering the very best service to our institutional customers," Lyons said.
All Nations Capital is an alliance partner with NativeOne Financial Holdings, LLC. We're a group of diversified professionals and directors with various backgrounds of expertise. ANC is here to help all of our clients and their unique issues related to their financial needs, projects, trust management, and much more. No future is too big or too small for us, and our goal is to simply help create a positive future for all of our clients.
Here at All Nations Capital we understand that planning for your immediate future can be scary and uncertain, especially in today's economy. But, rest assured that in our hands we've helped clients with all types of backgrounds be successful to meet and often exceed their goals. We want to help make that dream become a reality for you and your First Nation as well.
All Nations Capital has well over 40 years of financial-solutions, investments, project management, and green energy experience between it's directors.
We are at the forefront of this quickly changing economy and we work closely with our clients because we are fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations. We also believe in keeping our services affordable to our clients, we make sure to work around your budget.
We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for guidance and assistance with their financial futures, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.
ANC can provide a full-range of Property and Casualty Insurance
Whether it is commercial real estate, infrastructure, mineral or other, ANC may be able to help with development and/or financing
Whether it is turbines, hydro, solar, steam engines or any other green project, ANC's partners may be able to aid in providing the most effective technology, site analysis, or financing.
Whether you are an Indigenous group needing better pricing for fuel or oil that you are currently purchasing, or a business in need of consistent and well priced monthly supplies, we can find a solution! Our job is to simply improve your situation and it costs you absolutely nothing to hear how we can help!
Through ANC's teaming agreements and due diligence,f we can offer specialists from steeling structures, cement, HVAC, electrical and more. We also make sure that we hire natives for each project creating job solutions as well!
Faced with challenging timber markets, forest owners across North America are generating new revenue streams from forest carbon sequestration projects on their lands. Many tribal forestlands are prime candidates for these carbon projects, as tribal lands provide significantly more carbon, environmental, and social benefits than other private forests. Tribal practices and goals are often perfectly aligned with forest carbon projects that can generate immediate non-timber revenues ranging from $100 to $1,000 per acre. These projects can deliver significant long-term nation-building potential through member training, business development, and funding for priority infrastructure projects. Our team is ready to work with you to develop a program to pay you to preserve the forest
Don is a member of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians located in Banning California. Mr. Lyons retired from a twenty-two year career with the Southern California Gas Company and became an active entrepreneur.
With many years experience in Tribal government and in the development of new businesses for his Tribe, Mr. Lyons was appointed Chairman of the Morongo Tribal Planning Commission and served as the Chair of the Commission for over seven years. During the early days of “Indian Gaming”, Don was an instrumental member of the Tribal Council. The Morongo Tribe has one of California’s finest casino/resort properties. Located on interstate10 near Palm Springs, the Casino became a great success.
Through Mr. Lyons’ leadership, the Tribe was successful in developing many new businesses that now surround the gaming complex. Mr. Lyons has the experience and background to advise and guide NativeOne through the complexities of Tribal Governance and decision-making. Mr. Lyons resides on the Morongo Indian reservation in California.
Carl Ninine is from Southend, in northern Saskatchewan and a member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, Saskatchewan and speaks English and Cree fluently.
Carl brings a variety of experiences to ANC; from executive leadership in private and public enterprises to entrepreneurial development, with a professional and educational background in accountancy and finance. His core competencies include: accountancy practice, compliance and assurance, budget planning, financial management and cost control, Company Directors Oversight, projects oversight, strategic and operational planning, policy and strategy development and implementation, First Nations governance, industrial relations, AASB and IASB accounting standards interpretation and implementation. In recent years Carls focus has been in entrepreneurial business development, in Construction and Project finance. Mr Ninine brings a dedicated commitment to ANC and looks forward to helping First Nations and Aboriginal people be more self sufficient in business and in the financial industry.
Kyle spent over 20 years being securities licensed (6,7,63, 65, 66, and 24) since 1997 and a Registered Investment Advisor. He also holds Life and Health, and Property & Casualty insurances licenses since 1997 as well.
Outside of investment management and insurance, Kyle has experience in Green Energy Projects including Carbon Credits, Project Creation and Financing, and Food Sovereignty/Grow Facilities for vegetables, fruit, medical marijuana, and shrimp farming.
After his career in investments, Kyle spent the past 6 years in the field of business consulting working with project financing, disruptive technologies, and most recently building a cryptocurrency mining park in the Southeastern U.S.
Kyle currently lives in the Raleigh, NC area.
AJ is a former Toronto Police officer and worked in patrol, plainclothes detail,
Indigenous policing, and as a diversity
trainer. She is formally educated in
investigations and as a hostage negotiator.
After her policing career, AJ attended the University of Regina and did a brief stint at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law. She later began her entrepreneurial path and attained an Executive Certificate in Business Negotiations from the University of Notre Dame, is a certified impression management specialist and business etiquette trainer.
AJ is a proud member of the Deninu K’ue
First Nation from Treaty #8 in the Northwest
Territories and currently resides in Nova
Scotia. She is the President of Raven Sky
Clean Technology and is the exclusive
licensee of an innovative biogas separation and purification technology for deployment for landfill gas and anaerobic digester applications.
Retired Chief of Beardy-Okemasis First Nation In Saskatchewan. Rick spent 18 of the last 25 years championing Self Governance and focused on Economic Development.
He worked for his and all First Nations while at the Indian and Northern Affairs for the Athabasca Region in Northern Saskatchewan. Rick has served in several capacities over his career and sat on various Boards and Commissions of the FSIN, as Director of Field Services for the Saskatchewan Indian and Metis Affairs at Intergovernmental Affairs, as Chief of Staff to the Legislative Assembly for the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations.(FSIN) Rick spent over seven years as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police serving in Saskatchewan, Ottawa and the Northwest Territories. Rick has also worked for the Canada Immigration Center in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He was appointed to the Provincial Police Commission and served on the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Commission.
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