News Release / Statements

August 17, 2017

Impact Community Capital Names Michael J. Lohmeier CIO and Matthew C. Berg SVP & Counsel

February 7, 2017

Impact Community Capital Names Jeff Brenner CEO

 December 13, 2016

$10 million in tax credits awarded on $50 million of investments in underserved communities through final COIN CDFI Tax Credit Program

November 24, 2015

Impact Community Capital announces retirement of Dan Sheehy from role as CEO of Impact

May 18, 2012

Impact Community Capital Welcomes CIO

June 18, 2010

Impact Funding LLC Completes $302 Million Securitization

December 18, 2009

A Community Impact Loan Program Provides Permanent Financing for Innovative Los Angeles Job Training Center

December 30, 2008

Huntington Capital announces $78 million close on follow up mezzanine fund

April 24, 2006

Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate SOMACC’s New Judith Baker Child Development Center

January 29, 2006

Financing mid-priced housing

November 17, 2005

Major Insurers, Non-Profits Launch Unique Community-based Healthcare Initiative

September 15, 2005

Insurers Make $49M Affordable Housing Investment

December 10, 2004

New Program Offers $20 million in Loans for Child Care Facilities Improvements

October 15, 2004

Insurance Companies Finance New Affordable Housing in Kern County”>

October 6, 2004

Insurance Companies Finance New Affordable Housing in Fresno Area

September, 2004

Insurance Companies Use New Market Tax Credits (NMTC) to Support Community Facilities

July 8, 2004

Insurers Make Major Investment in Affordable Housing for California

March 30, 2004

Insurers Lead $475 Million Community Investment Initiative

June 3, 2003

Bank of America, Impact Community Capital Launch
First-of-its-Kind Effort to Create 6,000 California Affordable Housing Units

March 14, 2003

Impact Community Capital affiliate awarded New Markets Tax Credit allocation

May 21, 2002

Insurers, Bank of America Join Forces to Support Community Investment, Affordable Housing

June 6, 2001

Nationwide Insurance Joins California Community Investment Consortium

May 31, 2001

Representative Edward Royce Announces $25 Million Private Sector Solution to Affordable Housing Crisis With Freddie Mac, California Neighborhoods, California Bank & Trust, IMPACT Community Capital, California Housing Loan Insurance Fund

August 9, 2000

Insurers Unveil Major Affordable Housing Investment
Impact Community Capital Announces Addition of New Member Company

By Daniel Sheehy, President and CEO

Insurers Investing in California Communities