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Follow the Talent: Agents of Impact Special Report for Jan. 25

Greetings, Agents of Impact! ‘Follow the talent’ is one of ImpactAlpha’s mantras as we cover the daily beat of impact investing. Smart, passionate Agents of Impact are driving change within their organizations and across financial markets. In this special report, we recap our daily ‘Follow the Talent’ news and profile a weekly ‘Agent of Impact.’

Agent of Impact remembered: The legacy of I-DEV’s Jason Spindler

  • As co-founder of frontier markets investments advisory I-DEV International, Spindler took early risks on high-impact companies to demonstrate to other investors that perceptions of risk are often misplaced.
  • Spindler was killed in the attack on a business hub in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday. At least 20 other people also died, including members of development organizations Gatsby International and Adam Smith International. Staff of the African payments company Cellulant were still missing.