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Q&A with the GIIN’s Amit Bouri

Global leaders, technocrats and development pros were in New York City last week to mobilize cash — and action — for the multi-trillion dollar global development agenda known as the Sustainable Development Goals. I thought there was a great risk of impact investing not being seen as part of the solution. – Amit Bouri, the Global Impact Investing Network

Q&A with Amit Bouri: The Opportunity for Impact Investing to Change the Trajectory of Progress

Global leaders, technocrats and development pros were in New York City this week to mobilize cash — and action — for the multi-trillion dollar global development agenda known as the Sustainable Development Goals. [blockquote author=”Amit Bouri, the Global Impact Investing Network” pull=”pullleft”]I thought there was a great risk of impact investing not being seen as part of the solution.[/blockquote]

Financial Gap or Opportunity of a Lifetime?

One year after the adoption of the U.N. Sustainable Development goals, it’s time for global investors and asset managers with $70 trillion under management to “commit capital to impact investing efforts aimed at meeting the SDGs.” So says Amit Bouri, head of the Global Impact Investing Network, a consortium of asset owners and managers that are

Call to Action: Align Global Assets with Global Goals

One year after the adoption of the U.N. Sustainable Development goals, it’s time for global investors and asset managers with $70 trillion under management to “commit capital to impact investing efforts aimed at meeting the SDGs.” So says Amit Bouri, head of the Global Impact Investing Network, a consortium of asset owners and managers that are

Neglected No More: Nudging Biotech Startups to Tackle Diseases of the Developing World

It was a game of cat and mouse — a very special mouse. The mus musculus in question was a transgenic laboratory mouse that researchers coveted for its human-like immune-system response. The cat was the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which after several unsuccessful attempts was determined to secure a supply of the mice to advance research

Thinking Long Term About the Impact Investing Marketplace

Why do we think impact investors will become increasingly active in backing solutions to global challenges? Because those investments represent some of the greatest wealth generating opportunities of our time. The trillions in investments needed to stave off the catastrophic effects of climate change, for example, will also underwrite the rebuilding of a new, clean

#Shifts August: New Theses, Markets and Signals Guiding Impact Investors

Welcome to #Shifts, ImpactAlpha’s monthly roundup of the ideas and trends driving impact investing. In this edition: New funds are targeting access to water and sustainable supply chains; India’s large, fragmented tailor industry and the U.S.’s insufficiently diverse supply chains are attracting investor capital; and why financial inclusion and well-being are inextricably linked. #Shifts happen. THESES: