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Another rule from the Department of Labor, another attack on ESG investing

The DOL "is trying to shield irresponsible corporate leaders from the consequences of their actions by undermining basic tenets of shareholder democracy and responsible corporate governance,” says Majority Action’s Eli Kasargod-Staub.

What if… the redesign of education put racial and social equity at its core? 

ImpactAlpha, Sept. 8 – The upending of this school year has made almost every student, parent and teacher, willingly or not, participants in the radical transformation of education.  Some of the most far-reaching proposals for reinventing elementary, middle and high schools run into a well-founded objection: while all that might be fine for relatively affluent,

California Rebuilding Fund strengthens regional community development financing infrastructure

ImpactAlpha, Aug. 31 – Small business relief funding efforts are bogged down in Washington. But a growing network of state governments and private funders are backing community-based lenders to provide critical capital for small businesses trying to recover from the COVID crisis.  The California Rebuilding Fund, greenlighted by state officials last week, boosts the lending

With ‘mezzanine capital,’ iungo seeks to fill a gap for East Africa’s small and growing family businesses

ImpactAlpha, Aug. 24 – AA Fisheries is the kind of enterprise impact investors talk about all the time. But too few turn talk into the capital such businesses need to survive and thrive.  The fish farm supplier in Eastern Uganda was a solid performer until the COVID crisis shut it down. But solid is not