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Impact investors offer four takeaways for the ‘new capitalism’ (video)

ImpactAlpha, March 10 – Suddenly, it seems, capitalism is being reimagined, reinvented or reset. For impact investing practitioners, however, the ‘new capitalism’ is an overnight sensation 40 years in the making. One of ImpactAlpha’s founding precepts was that financial markets will increasingly need to know what impact investing practitioners have learned over decades of working.

Catalyzing capital to develop carbontech for gigaton-scale CO2 removal

There’s a glaring gap in the growing portfolio of carbon dioxide capture and sequestration solutions needed to meet the challenge of removing tens of gigatons of CO2 from the atmosphere annually by midcentury: Flexible catalytic capital willing to support the long development timelines, capital intensity, and political and technical uncertainties associated with such technologies.

Prudential’s $1 billion portfolio of impact investments offers a blueprint for institutional investors

Prudential’s billion-dollar pledge was market-making back in 2014. Prudential committed not foundation funds, but balance-sheet assets, sending a signal to other institutional investors that the universe of impact funds and products and vehicles and companies was ready for prime time.