The pullback is hurting fundraising, even for managers that had built in tranches of junior debt or first-loss protections.
If you want a different outcome, change the rules of the game.
The Global Impact Investing Network launched its first survey of impact investors in the wake of the Great Finance Crisis. The network published its 10th survey last week in the midst of a global pandemic.
Impak Battles, an ImpactAlpha series with impact ratings agency impak, takes you deeper into the impact of corporations.
Investors with the determination (or mandate) to keep capital flowing through the COVID crisis are turning physical constraints to conducting due diligence into opportunities to address long-standing inefficiencies and biases in the process.
CRANE, for “Carbon Reduction Assessment of New Enterprises,” can assess the potential future climate impact of more than 200 technology solution areas.
Some impact investment funds are reconsidering their portfolios and restructuring arrangements with companies hard hit by the COVID crisis. Others are pressing ahead with new investments in sectors that stand to grow in the emerging business environment. Bain Capital Double Impact is doing both.