National Community Investment Fund
Last updated 10 July 2020, by Impactyield.
National Community Investment Fund is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit investment fund that invests in mission-oriented banks and other financial institutions in order to increase access to services and encourage economic development in LMI and underserved communities. NCIF is the largest investor in the mission-oriented banking industry, with investments in 15 percent of all certified CDFI Banks. NCIF has $228 million of assets under management, including $206 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocations. Additionally, NCIF creates innovative business opportunities and facilitates the flow of funds from mainstream, philanthropic, and socially responsible investors as well as public sources. As an impact investor, NCIF pursues a triple bottom line strategy that maximizes social, environmental, and financial returns. Visit www.ncif.org.
Incorporation year: 1996
Headquarters location: United States of America
Currency for fund / product figures: USD (US Dollar)
Total firm assets under management: 228000000 USD
Membership and other professional affiliations: GIIN Member (Investors' Council or Network Membership)
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