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Women's Philanthropy May 22
Investing in women and minorities is key to creating a more equitable world AND a strong investment choice. Great to see investing featured among ’s list of growing trends in 2019:
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Brooke Hammerling May 21
So this is fascinating to me.
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Paul Connolly 9m
"Even before it became mainstream, environmental responsibility was profitable."
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UNOPS May 18
The next stage of growth for ? Executive Director Grete Faremo explains how we’re putting skin in the game through |
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Hunter Sims 27m
Pithy insight on the convergence of impact & commercial viability. Well said!
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𝐂𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐭𝐧𝐞𝐲 𝐝𝐞 𝐌𝐮𝐢𝐫 May 25
Council Post: Impact Investing: Invest In Your Principles And Your Retirement
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Chris Niccolls 6h
Impact Investing… The next Wave Has Arrived - -
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Kerri Kimball May 20
Learn the Term: Automatic Reinvestment This preset investment plan automatically deposits mutual fund and stock dividends back into a stock to purchase additional shares, allowing the owner to take advantage of compounding.
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Troy Niehaus May 22
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Al Torres May 24
It's simple: invest in ventures led by women and minorities. It makes the industry and the world better, and everyone involved stands to benefit from it.
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energiseafrica 16h
Great work from , spreading the word about and the benefits of for women in Kenya. Capital at risk
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New Global 19h
No shortage of projects nor money, but can the projects scale?
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Jan Schalkwijk May 24
The capital markets: this is where the money lives – the capital that can meaningfully address businesses and markets, aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), that are not served by traditional markets today.
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Aavishkaar 2h
Future Returns: Investing With a Gender Lens. Read more
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Nia Impact Capital May 24
"What many investment managers tend to overlook is that they’re bringing about potential ecological & social harm with their investment choices & often simultaneously trying to repair that damage with their philanthropic efforts." Nia CEO
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Claudia Belli 14h
Growth of comes through several means. The most difficult of all is funding start ups. A common challenge taken by the through Retail Banking in France,Principal Investment and Group CSR
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CSR Asia 4h
Join CSR Asia's complimentary webinar on gender lens investing on Wed 29 May 11am-noon HKT with . . Learn from industry experts how to address equality from a finance and funding perspective.
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Morgan Simon May 15
. A portfolio of 102 companies, led by over 50% women & POC, that focused on addressing inequity... MADE MORE MONEY than peer funds who sought to solely pursue profit. Greed apparently doesn't pay the way it used to:
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FINCA International 15h
The current growth trend suggests that is on a track to hit a trillion dollars in the near future—taking it from a nascent phenomenon to a movement heading toward the mainstream, writes . (via )
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DaWana Williamson May 17
Thank you Arlan Hamilton for the impact you are having on the voiceless...
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