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#Shifts September: New Theses, Markets and Signals Guiding Impact Investors

Welcome to #Shifts, ImpactAlpha’s monthly roundup of the ideas and trends driving impact investing. In this edition: investors see opportunity in scaling impact companies, fintech is on fire in Mexico, and human rights is investable. #Shifts happen. THESES: Provocative investment propositions Growth capital to scale proven impact business models. Last week, with the announcement of TPG’s

Debating the Impact Economy

What did the presidential candidates say? No, Fran Seegull and Nancy Pfund did not get a shout-out from the debate stage at Hofstra University for their open letter to the presidential candidates promoting “The Impact Economy.” But a few minutes into Hillary Clinton’s opening remarks on “Achieving Prosperity,” a friend texted me, “It sounds like

Debating the Impact Economy: What Did the Presidential Candidates Say?  

Debating the Impact Economy: What Did the Presidential Candidates Say? No, Fran Seegull and Nancy Pfund did not get a shout-out from the debate stage at Hofstra University for their open letter to the presidential candidates promoting “The Impact Economy.” But a few minutes into Hillary Clinton’s opening remarks on “Achieving Prosperity,” a friend texted

An Economy for the Common Good: Building a Balance Sheet for Companies’ Impact

More than two thousand years after Aristotle, a growing movement is bridging his division between oikonomia – an economy that supports the common good – and chrematistike – making money. The movement for an “Economy for the Common Good,” launched in Austria in 2010, has gained the support of 2,200 companies in 50 countries. Most

Q&A with the GIIN’s Amit Bouri

Global leaders, technocrats and development pros were in New York City last week to mobilize cash — and action — for the multi-trillion dollar global development agenda known as the Sustainable Development Goals. I thought there was a great risk of impact investing not being seen as part of the solution. – Amit Bouri, the Global Impact Investing Network

Marrakech Express: Bridging the Climate Innovation Gap with Strategic Philanthropic Investments…

Climate Finance / Smarter Money Marrakech Express: Bridging the Climate Innovation Gap with Strategic Philanthropic Investments (Webinar) PRIs can de-risk or help complete investment deals that otherwise might not get done https://medium.com/media/f3988f396ecf6bfc794dd76879b7ebc9/href Rather than bemoan venture capitalists’ lack of interest in early stage innovation to tackle climate change, Sarah Kearney and her PRIME Coalition have set out

Marrakech Express: Bridging the Climate Innovation Gap with Strategic Philanthropic Investments (Webinar)

Rather than bemoan venture capitalists’ lack of interest in early stage innovation to tackle climate change, Sarah Kearney and her PRIME Coalition have set out to show VCs and other investors how it an be done. As the follow-up to last year’s Paris climate accords approaches (in Marrakech Nov. 7-18), PRIME’s model caught the eye of