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Bridgespan Social Impact Publications about Impact Investing
Our work includes in-depth articles and reports on getting started with impact investing, the role it can play in the world, and how to measure its effectiveness. We publish in a number of leading business and social-impact publications, including the Harvard Business Review and ImpactAlpha.
Capricorn’s Sustainable Investors Fund makes early-stage investments in innovative asset-management firms to help propel their work on environmental and social issues.
Private credit investors have a huge opportunity to point their portfolios towards impact, writes Michael Etzel, partner and co-head of impact investing at consulting firm Bridgespan.
Significant opportunities exist for institutional impact investors looking to place impact at the heart of their portfolio company engagement. We share three lessons from our experiences and conversations with leading impact investors on how to do this most effectively.
As more investors seek to direct capital toward racial equity, here’s a starter list to help.
Three reasons why private equity firms should consider launching an impact investing vehicle.
As more venture capitalists fund entrepreneurs who strive to make a difference for people and the planet, they’re finding impact measurement to be a thorny problem. A simple framework can help them become better impact investors.
At only 25 percent of total investing, Indian impact enterprises struggle to find the working capital they need to grow and fulfill their potential.
Impact investing—directing capital to ventures that are expected to yield social and environmental benefits as well as profits—provides investors with a way to “do well by doing good.” But whereas the business world has tools for estimating a potential investment’s
The global impact investing market doubled to $228 billion in 2017 and now counts among its supporters both many of the world’s largest asset managers as well as asset owners.
As part of the June 2013 G8 meeting, an international effort was undertaken to explore the possibilities for impact investing to accelerate economic growth and to address some of society’s most important issues.