To bring impact investing into the mainstream, the World Economic Forum is using market-simulated games to advance the conversations.
Two new case studies reveal practical lessons about successful philanthropic impact investing.
Does the hype around “pay for performance” financing match the reality?
Student-lending innovations from emerging markets could expand access to education.
A brief history of investing that advances environmental and social concerns, and why impact investors and sustainable investors should look to what they have in common, not how they differ.
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A new framework for effective and efficient impact investing.
A new catalog of metrics can help investors and organizations demonstrate that positive financial returns and social returns can be twinned.
As leaders across sectors convene to discuss the new global agenda, the opportunity to collaborate on a new breed of large-scale development projects known as innovative financing has never been brighter.
TIAA-CREF traces its social impact investing to the mid-1980s when it invested in affordable housing for low- and moderate-income communities in New York.
From 2008-2012 the US government’s Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) supported $2.4 billion in impact investments.