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Raising the voices of impact investors in the November election

ImpactAlpha, July 30 –– The daily outrages consume Twitter. Within the impact investing bubble, you might not even know there is an election coming up.  With less than a hundred days to Nov. 3, it’s time to break out. As if there were a need for any more triggers, two recent incidents helped clarify for me

Four ways for universal owners to live up to their name in the COVID recovery

Stewards of capital must become the stewards of a new form of capitalism.   The simulations and scenarios of central bankers and government regulators, the World Bank and the IMF and stock exchanges and trading networks surely included pandemics. But for all of the handwringing about Too Big to Fail, they apparently forgot to put the

The Impact Alpha: Let’s make this s***storm matter

“We're facing a complete economic reset opportunity,” says Cynthia Muller of the Kellogg Foundation, who joined a call of ImpactAlpha’s braintrust to chart that pivot. The consensus among the few dozen impact investing leaders last week: Seize the opportunity for system-change.

The Impact Alpha: Amid chaos, global leaders face deadlines for sustainable, inclusive prosperity

  • It may no longer be possible to pretend that powerful headwinds have not seriously stalled progress toward the 2030 global goals for sustainable and inclusive development. But the rationale for such a massive mobilization has only become stronger.

‘Reverse the polarity’ tops ImpactAlpha’s charts for the transformation of finance

  • On our Agents of Impact call Thursday, ImpactAlpha’s David Bank, Dennis Price and Jessica Pothering share some of our other hunches and hobby-horses.