The Evolving Impact Investing Landscape

In the not-too-distant past, what we now know as impact investing was pretty much confined to de-selecting “bad” publicly traded securities from portfolios and investing in securities that were selected because of factors deemed to be positive – board diversity, nascent social impact industries, and so on. Private impact investments were generally funded by individual …

Connecting Impact Investors and Companies

As impact (responsible) investing has become increasingly mainstream in the public markets - mutual funds, ETFs, 403(b) plans, and so on - a parallel market for private investment has naturally emerged. The number of channels and mechanisms for connecting financing with companies - platforms, as it were - is significant and looks at this point …