Terms & Financial Highlights

Capital Impact Investment Notes are being offered at fixed interest rates, with multiple terms, and may be purchased directly through your brokerage account.


Total Offering $200,000,000
Financial Return Fixed Interest rates; Terms of 1-20 years
Social Return Delivers social impact to underserved communities across multiple sectors nationwide
Minimum Investment $1,000
Investment Grade Rated S&P Global and Fitch Ratings have assigned the Capital Impact Investment Note a strong rating. Full rating details can be downloaded from our website.*
Convenience Available for purchase through your brokerage account

Individual Investors can purchase Capital Impact Investment Notes directly through their brokerage accounts.

Investment Professionals can contact our lead sales agent, InspereX, for further information about Capital Impact Investment Notes.

Disclaimer: This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities. Such an offer is made only by means of a current Prospectus (including any applicable Pricing Supplement) for each of the respective notes. Such offers may be directed only to investors in jurisdictions in which the notes are eligible for sale. Investors are urged to review the current Prospectus before making any investment decision. No state or federal securities regulators have passed on or endorsed the merits of the offering of notes. Any representation to the contrary is unlawful. The notes will not be insured or guaranteed by the FDIC, SIPC or other governmental agency.

*Ratings from S&P Global and Fitch Ratings are not a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold Notes and may be subject to suspension, reduction, or withdrawal at any time by the respective rating agencies. Please check the pricing supplement on our website for the ratings assigned to the Notes currently being offered for sale.



U.S. map showing states with active portfolio loans for Capital Impact
Line Graph showing Capital Impact's Loan Portolio Delinquency History
Table Graphic Showing Capital Impact's Debt and Net Asset Composition

A Strong History of Social and Financial Impact

Graphic illustrating that Capital Impact has provided $28 million to finance 187 aging in community projects serving 14000 elders.