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Three ways asset owners can shift mindsets, incentives and portfolio theory

In the fourth installment in ImpactAlpha’s What’s Next series, in collaboration with the Global Impact Investing Network, Amit Bouri lays out three ways “to build a broad social mandate for a sustainable financial system” and “begin to transform the outdated systems underpinning our global economy.”

What’s Next: Building a trusted identity for the impact investing movement

  • Amit Bouri kicks off the What's Next series with a call to build a trusted identity for the impact investing movement. “As the industry grows beyond the early adopters, we need to establish a stronger identity for impact investing,” writes the GIIN CEO.

An impact investing tent big enough for the problems we are trying to solve

In the impact investing community, there is continuing talk about whether “the big tent” — created by the diversity of strategies and approaches pursued by investors– is too big. There are continuing calls for tighter definitions of what qualifies as an impact investment, and greater clarity on how the various segments of the impact investing community — from big pensions