Impact investors must deal with the proliferation of metrics. Measurement and reporting are difficult, but key to success
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) has a vision.
Natural capital solutions reduce harm to essential ecosystems but investors need to be convinced they can feel the benefits as well
The Church Pension Fund in New York reflects on how it practises impact investing
Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), aims to connect impact focused start-ups with sources of capital
Although relatively new, impact investing is still the term that has been around the longest to describe investing with the explicit purpose of achieving positive non-financial impacts in addition to financial gain
Everyone seems to want to talk about investing for impact these days. But a lack of a common understanding can make this difficult, according to Susanna Rust
Data collected from 62 investors that completed the GIIN’s annual impact investor survey in each of the years 2014-2016, covering 2013-2015
There are many ways to measure and assess impact. Emma Cusworth reviews the importance of credible data in impact investment strategies
Anthony Harrington assesses the interaction between the supply of private market impact opportunities and investor attitudes towards them
PGGM’s involvement in impact investing predates the UN Sustainable Development Goals, finds Rachel Fixsen
Additionality, displacement and deadweight are key impact concepts for the Ireland Stategic Investment Fund, according to Rachel Fixsen
Christopher O’Dea speaks to the McKnight Foundation of Minnesota about its $200m commitment to impact investment strategies
New indices and ETFs apply impact investment to liquid equities. But corporate reporting and investor focus are central, according to Liam Kennedy
Andrew Parry argues that five key tests should be applied to public market investments before they can be termed impact investments
High levels of green bond issuance have sparked investor interest and spawned funds and strategies, writes Rachel Fixsen
Schemes could find it difficult to comply with conditions for audit, actuarial matters and risk management, says DNB
Danish fund gets tough on human rights, cutting Saudi Arabia, Iran and Papua New Guinea from its investable universe
Net investment returns double those of 2016, according to the Bundesamt für Statistik
Dutch bank’s pension fund to offer €500m-€600m mandate
Could auto-enrolment pension savings be used to pay off loans or buy a house?
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