Current PortfolioView Data
IFF’s loan portfolio consists of both our standard loans and those issued under our New Markets Tax Credits Small Project Loan Fund. IFF’s clients include a variety of human service sectors from throughout the Midwest. As of Dec. 31, 2017, this portfolio consisted of 688 loans worth $312,647,578 (graphs reflect percent of dollars).
By Sector*Other sectors include job training, healthy foods, and education-related programs.
By Collateral**Other collateral types include deposit accounts and capital campaign proceeds.
Financial PerformanceView Data
IFF’s total managed assets has grown to nearly $800 million (as of Dec. 31, 2017), and our delinquency rates continue to be extremely low. Our performance and annual loan activity continue to be strong. Additional financial information, including IFF’s consolidated audit, is available here.
Financial Performance (millions)All charts reflect financial information for IFF standalone as of Dec 31,2017. Only exception is for Managed Assets and Managed Loans, which include the Assets/Loans that are managed by IFF but legally owned by its programmatic subsidiaries, NMTC-related entities, and the Foundation for Homan Square.
Annual Loan Activity (millions)
Financial Position (millions)
Delinquency and Loan Loss History (% of portfolio)
Community OutcomesView Data
IFF’s clients provide critical services to their communities — education, health care, housing, and more. Here are just a few numbers that reflect the scope of their work over time. This data is based on what IFF clients reported at the time of their loan application or during project construction. The numbers apply only to IFF Loans and do not include outcomes for projects that utilized IFF-deployed New Markets Tax Credits. (Last updated: December 31, 2017.)
21,000,000 square feet Real Estate Developed
277,116 New Patient Visits Enabled
47,801 Student Slots Created
6,133 Child Care Slots Created
8,956 Housing Units Created / Preserved
2017 Lending HighlightsView Data
Lending highlights focus on IFF loans, including those offered through our New Markets Tax Credits Small Project Fund.