Intentionality and Community: Impact Investing With Jewish Values

The motivations and intentions of investors have long been part of the dialogue around meaningful investing. The generally accepted definition of impact investing requires intentionality as a prerequisite, even in investments that clearly have a positive impact. Judaism is widely acknowledged for regulating every aspect of human life, including food, shelter, sex, rest, etc. Can

Putting a Price on Carbon: Climate Action in the Age of Trump (podcast)

Zero: the number of questions about global warming and climate change asked of presidential candidates during the 2016 campaign debates. Yet, as such august analysts as the writers of Saturday Night Live understand, the future of fossil fuels has emerged as the incoming Trump administration’s biggest preoccupation, and likely a major driver of Russia’s intervention

Supply and Demand: New Impact Investing Products Help Investors Go “All In”

The supply of impact investments is catching up to investor demand. The experiences of members of Toniic, an impact investing network, suggests impact investors are moving beyond private equity and creating portfolios diversified by asset class similar to traditional asset allocation. The message of a new report on their performance: full portfolio alignment with impact is

Supply and Demand: New Impact Investing Products Help Investors Go “All In”

The supply of impact investments is catching up to investor demand. The experiences of members of Toniic, an impact investing network, suggests impact investors are moving beyond private equity and creating portfolios diversified by asset class similar to traditional asset allocation. The message of a new report on their performance: full portfolio alignment with impact is possible

Billionaires’ Ball: A look at TPG’s $2 billion Rise Fund

Smarter Money Deconstructing the New York Times’ coverage of TPG Growth’s new impact investment fund Photo credit: Tillman Global Holdings Talk about raising expectations. The RISE fund scored an Andrew Ross Sorkin exclusive in the New York Times, led by Bono, backed by all-stars on the impact billionaire circuit, and driven by TPG Growth, with more

Billionaires’ Ball: Deconstructing TPG’s $2 billion RISE Fund

Talk about raising expectations. The RISE fund scored an Andrew Ross Sorkin exclusive in the New York Times, led by Bono, backed by all-stars on the impact billionaire circuit, and driven by TPG Growth, with more than $8 billion under management. For all the signals that the big boys are arriving in impact investing, the

Billionaires’ Ball: Deconstructing TPG’s $2 billion RISE Fund

Talk about raising expectations. The RISE fund scored an Andrew Ross Sorkin exclusive in the New York Times, led by Bono, backed by all-stars on the impact billionaire circuit, and driven by TPG Growth, with more than $8 billion under management. For all the signals that the big boys are arriving in impact investing, the