India’s proposed social stock exchange has the potential to bridge the gap between investable capital and the country’s large and diverse social enterprise sector. It is important that the exchange (SSE) does not forego some of the most important principles of social impact – namely, inclusion, diversity and equality of opportunity for all deserving impact
Changes to the proxy filing process proposed by the Securities & Exchange Commission could prevent emerging environmental, social and governance issues from receiving the attention they merit.
"The time is now for impact investing to demonstrate its relevance," writes Laurie Spengler of Courageous Capital Advisors
“It’s all about sorting through complexity and accelerating positive change through systems thinking,” says Karp. “I see good governance as a proxy for quality, for innovation, for productivity, and for resilience.”
How can investors and entrepreneurs address systemic inequality? Among the many excellent options: a greater focus on how communities accumulate wealth.
Impak Battles, an ImpactAlpha series with impact ratings agency impak, takes you deeper into the impact of corporations.
Black ownership matters in rebuilding a more just, equitable and resilient economy.