Arlington, VA (March 15, 2018) – Capital Impact Partners today announced two significant changes to its Executive Management Team. Scott Sporte, Capital Impact’s Chief Lending Officer since 2005, assumes the role of the newly created Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer. Diane Borradaile, formerly of the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), fills the Chief Lending Officer position.
- 1 Capital Impact Partners Names New Chief Lending Officer and Creation of Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer Position
- 2 Washington D.C. Mayor Names Capital Impact Partners To Help Manage New Affordable Housing Preservation Fund
- 3 Capital Impact Partners Named to ImpactAssets 7th Annual IA 50 Impact Investment Fund Showcase
- 4 Capital Impact Partners Tops $2.5 Billion in Loans Supporting Low-Income Communities
- 5 Strong Fourth Quarter Propels Capital Impact Partners To Record Year Supporting Underserved Communities
Capital Impact Partners Names New Chief Lending Officer and Creation of Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer Position
Washington D.C. Mayor Names Capital Impact Partners To Help Manage New Affordable Housing Preservation Fund
$10 million Fund will be used to leverage private and philanthropic dollars to create $40 million for investing in affordable housing across D.C.’s eight wards
WASHINGTON, DC (March 14, 2018) – Washington, D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser today announced that Capital Impact Partners and Local Initiatives Support Corporation-DC (LISC), two national nonprofit Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), will manage the District’s newly created $10 million Affordable Housing Preservation Fund. The Mayor’s Housing Preservation Strike Force recommended the creation of this Fund, located within the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), to increase the preservation of affordable housing in the District.
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Arlington, VA (March 6, 2018) – Capital Impact Partners, a leading mission-driven Community Development Financial Institution, announced today that it has been named to ImpactAssets 2017-2018 impact investing showcase, the ImpactAssets 50 (IA 50). The seventh annual guide features fund managers representing private debt and equity investments that deliver social and environmental impact as well as financial returns.
Milestone achieved as part of record-breaking year supporting projects that increase access to critical social services
Arlington, VA (February 26, 2018) – Capital Impact Partners, a leading mission-driven Community Development Financial Institution, announced today it marked more than $2.5 billion in loans to underserved communities across the country since its founding.
Capital Impact reached this milestone by financing projects that increase access to a variety of fundamental social services, including quality health care and education, affordable housing, healthy foods, cooperative development, and the ability for older adults to age in their communities. This effort has touched the lives of more than five million people and created more than 37,000 jobs.
Strong Fourth Quarter Propels Capital Impact Partners To Record Year Supporting Underserved Communities
Investments in health, education, and dignified aging projects – as well as impact investing, partnerships, and capacity building – empowered disinvested communities to excel
Arlington, VA (February 26, 2018) – Summing up immense impact for underserved communities in 2017, Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided more than $67.5 million in financing during the fourth quarter of 2017. This helped the organization reach a record loan volume of $220 million in 2017, as well as $2.5 billion in financing to underserved communities across its history. The fourth quarter also saw several significant developments for Capital Impact – from the launch of its impact investing program to an innovative program development initiative focused on equity– forging opportunities for advancement in disinvested communities.