Full Name
Stephanie McFadden
Job Title
Chief Lending Officer
Speaker Bio
Stephanie McFadden is the Chief Lending Officer for the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF). She is responsible for the organization’s capital deployment across its platform, including LIIF’s Revolving Loan Fund, NMTC allocation, federal subsidy programs and debt fund business. Ms. McFadden is also responsible for implementing LIIF’s Racial Equity and Impact Lending strategy and managing and supporting relationships with borrowers and stakeholders.

Prior to joining LIIF, Ms. McFadden was Senior Advisor for the Office of Multifamily Production at U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. She previously was the President and Managing Director of CBRE HMF, Inc., CBRE's FHA multifamily lending platform. Ms. McFadden has more than 20 years in commercial real estate with an emphasis on multifamily and affordable housing debt products and is experienced in all aspects of multifamily housing including finance, development, construction and asset management/servicing. Prior to joining CBRE, Ms. McFadden was Senior Vice President and FHA Product Manager at PNC Real Estate. She has also held several senior positions with Vitus Group, ARCS Commercial Mortgage and Bank of America.

Ms. McFadden has provided multifamily loan products to clients utilizing a wide range of multifamily and healthcare finance programs, including FHA mortgage insurance, Fannie Mae permanent loans, tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds, and low-income housing and historic tax credits. Three years of her career she worked as an affordable housing developer and Director of Asset Management for a for-profit developer of Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects which involved FHA insured financing, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac financing, Section 8 project-based housing assistance, tax exempt bonds, 501(c)(3) bonds, and a variety of other funding sources from States and local municipalities.

In addition, as a lender, Ms. McFadden has originated Fannie Mae permanent loans utilizing innovative structures including pooled Housing Authority variable rate bonds, HOPE VI and 501(c)3 loans. She also developed and implemented a private placement tax exempt bond program at Bank of America, focused on affordable housing projects.

Ms. McFadden is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. She is an officer on the boards of two community non-profit organizations, East Bay Rowing Club and Oakland Feather River Camp.
Stephanie McFadden