About Us

Broadstreet is an impact financial services company, offering both fund management and fund administration services. We work with innovative investors to fuel social and economic impact throughout the country. We manage or administer 36 multi-asset funds, 92 single-asset entities, and $2.0 billion of capital—all of which drive equity and opportunity alongside financial performance. Over 20 years, we have developed a client base that values our customizable services platform, fund development experience, impact focus, collaborative partnership approach, and deep engagement with the community investing ecosystem.

Company Stats

  • 20 years of industry experience
  • 36 employees
  • 100+ funds managed and administered
  • $2.0B in AUM and AUA

Data as of 12/31/2023

Racial Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI)

The American economy should afford opportunities for people to thrive, regardless of their race or gender, how much money they make, or where they live. At Broadstreet, we work with clients to invest in ways that address significant gaps in health, wealth and income, while also meeting financial objectives. We view investments through an equity lens, deploying capital that addresses persistent social and economic barriers and supports local agendas for growth. The results are clear—inclusive investing is good for families and business owners, as well as for communities and regional economies.

Broadstreet and LISC

Broadstreet was founded by parent company Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) in 2004 to manage its New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation at the outset of the federal program. Since then, LISC/Broadstreet has grown to become the largest awardee in NMTC program history, with nearly $1.2 billion in investment authority from the U.S. Treasury Department to expand economic opportunity and empower underserved communities.

We continue to manage LISC's NMTC investments, working with investors and community leaders to support economic development efforts in underinvested communities.