Investment Portfolio

As of 12/31/221

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1Information concerning portfolio holdings ration is as of the date indicated. Portfolios are subject to change. Investments illustrated do not include cash balances or money market investments.
2The Current Loan Commitments amount represents the maximum amount that can be borrowed under the agreement. The actual amount drawn on the loan by the borrower may change over time. Loan commitments are subject to availability of funds and do not represent a contractual obligation to provide funds to a borrower.
3In periods prior to the quarter ended December 31, 2017, TGIF used Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes for purposes of presentation of its investments in publicly fled and other offering documents. There are several industry classification systems widely used by the investment industry and there is no specific industry classification system TGIF is required to use either internally or in its public materials. TGIF believes that the traditional industrial classification systems, including SIC codes, do not accurately reflect the sustainable nature of certain of TGIF’s investments and, in some cases, may be misleading. Therefore, since the quarter ended December 31, 2017, TGIF has used a proprietary industry classification system for presentation of its investments, which TGIF believes is more appropriate in light of the sustainable nature of TGIF’s investments.
4Does not include TGIF’s short-term note investments. Short-term note investments are defined as investments that have a maturity of less than one year, to borrowers with whom TGIF does not expect to re-lend; they are intended to generate a higher yield than would be realized on cash, and may be unsecured positions.
5The collateral coverage ratio is the amount of collateral the borrower must maintain in relation to the total amount outstanding on the facility.
6Use of leverage can increase investment risk and make investment performance more volatile.
7Principal balances and repayments are denominated in US dollars; interest payments on loans in Europe may have foreign currency exposure to the Euro.