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Corporate impact face-off: Novartis vs Sanofi

Impak Battles, an ImpactAlpha series with impak, a Montreal-based impact ratings agency, assesses the positive and negative impact of corporate operations. Each month, the agency uses its impak Score rating methodology in a head-to-head assessment of two representative companies. Earlier editions: Nestlé vs. Danone and Engie vs. Enel. A comparison of the two European pharmaceutical

Getting the three pillars of impact and integrity right, right at a fund’s formation

If the impact investing market is only 10% as large as it’s likely to be in 10 years, then 90% of the action is yet to come. Impact investors to date have been remarkably satisfied. At least 88% of respondents to the annual survey by the Global Impact Investing Network report that their impact investments

Corporate impact face-off: Engie vs. Enel

Impak Battles, an ImpactAlpha series with impak, a Montreal-based impact ratings agency, assesses the positive and negative impact of corporate operations. Each month, the agency uses its impak Score rating methodology in a head-to-head assessment of two representative companies. Last month’s edition: Nestlé vs. Danone. Next up: A comparison of the two European energy utilities.

Will impact investors welcome the arrival of mechanisms to redress community grievances?

Such mechanisms to give an effective voice to local communities and other stakeholders are now likely to become part of the UNDP’s proposed guidelines for private equity funds and bond issuers associating themselves with the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.If adopted more widely, the guidelines would catch impact investing up to the best practices of development finance – and give investors greater visibility into unintended consequences and other potential downsides.