The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) is releasing fiscal year (FY) 2020 data, which was reported in FY 2021 by Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) via the CDFI Fund’s data collection system, known as the Annual Compliance and Performance Report (ACPR).
The release contains public Transaction Level Report (TLR) data detailing how CDFIs provide loans and investments in low-income communities. The data file includes the features and locations of over 270,000 individual loans and investments totaling more than $26 billion made in FY 2020 and reported in FY 2021 by 400 CDFIs.1
Additionally, the CDFI Fund is releasing to the public Consumer Loan Report (CLR) data detailing the methods by which CDFI banks and credit unions provide consumer loans in low-income communities. The data file includes over three million consumer loans totaling more than $12 billion that were made in FY 2020 and reported in FY 2021 by 138 banks and credit unions.2
As part of their compliance requirements, Community Development Financial Institution Program (CDFI Program) Award Recipients are required to submit information through the ACPR within six months after the end of their fiscal years. This includes the TLR for all CDFIs and CLR for banks and credit unions. The TLR release includes a total of 60 variables and 290,485 observations detailing CDFIs’ financing activities. The CLR release includes a total of 11 variables and 82,609 observations detailing CDFI banks’ and credit unions’ consumer loan activities.
All TLR and CLR data released to the public are masked to protect the identity of individual CDFIs.
2021 CDFI Program ACPR Data Release (Data Reported in FY 2020):
- 2020 CDFI Program and NACA Program Data Release: Snapshot Presentation
- 2020 CDFI Program and NACA Program Data Release: Data, Documentation, and Instructions (.zip)
- FY2003 to FY2020 CDFI Program and NACA Program Data Release: Historical Information
1The data file also includes over 18,000 individual loans and investments of FY2019 reporting activities that were submitted after the reporting due date and were not part of the 2019 data release.
2The data file also includes over three million consumer loans of FY2019 reporting activities that were submitted after the reporting due date and were not part of the 2019 data release—for a total of more than six million loans included in the data set.