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ImpactAlpha U: Training a new generation of MBAs to reshape business and finance (audio)

March 19, 2020 – Campuses are closed, but ImpactAlpha U was in session last week.  Faculty and students from dozens of MBA and other graduate programs joined Agents of Impact Call No. 13 to talk sustainable finance and impact investing education. The Call took place last week, just as universities and MBA were starting to

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.

Institutional Shift: Calling the inflection point, and other trends to watch in 2020 (podcast)

The keyword of the year in climate action: scale. Pension funds and other large asset owners are putting pressure on their asset and fund managers to get on board the low carbon economy in a big way. “What’s materially different from the past is that almost everybody is realizing we have now hit inflection,” Equilibrium