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The Global Impact Investing Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.
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George Spencer 22h
Last night, CEO described the evolution at ’s impact forum: “In the early days, people assumed this was charity...and that’s an important myth to debunk.” In fact, about 66% of our survey respondents principally target market-rate returns.
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Glenmede Oct 16
"At , we all share a conviction that money can be used to do more than generate more money. We know that money can have a positive impact on the world" -- at .
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GIIN 23h
Curious about what you missed at ? features what the world’s leading impact investors focus on: via
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GIIN Oct 16
Interested in working to accelerate the scale and effectiveness of ? The GIIN is ! View open positions and instructions to apply here:
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Refugee Investment Network Oct 16
The movement for refugee lens and inclusive is growing! Check out 's , 's 's and in coverage of ! TY ! CC
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GIIN Oct 15
Were you at in Amsterdam earlier this month? Thank you to the 1200+ leaders from around the world who joined us. If you missed it, view some highlights here:
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GIIN Oct 15
Did you know? The GIIN's latest research addresses 2 Qs: Is it possible to aggregate & compare performance data to generate insights? If so, what are the social and environmental results? Explore Evaluating Impact Performance here:
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GIIN Oct 8
Replying to @theGIIN
Learn more about driving lasting impact and the need for responsible exits from in the GIIN's research on the topic here:
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GIIN Oct 8
Today at - the GIIN's Katrina Ngo moderates a discussion about driving responsible exits in .
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GIIN Oct 8
Is it possible to aggregate & compare performance data to generate insights? What impact results have impact investors achieved? The GIIN’s latest research provides new approach to evaluating impact performance data:
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GIIN Oct 7
Replying to @IFC_org @EBRD and 3 others
Sabrina Borlini comments: the money is there but there remain challenges around how to access it - how can we create a bridge between clients and money available?
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GIIN Oct 7
Enjoyed learning about faith based investing at last week? Learn more via 's new Catholic pledge - a public commitment of investors to incorporate investments w/ a positive impact. More about the pledge here:
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Pioneers Post Oct 2
1,000+ are in Amsterdam this week for a major impact investing event - read more on this and other news in our monthly impact finance bulletin:
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GIIN Oct 3
Sapna Shah’s powerful closing encourages us to “have a little bit of hope b/c a person w/out hope doesn’t try, & despair doesn’t get us anywhere.” She urges crowd to take action to create system change for a better world: “time is now to seize this moment together.”
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GIIN Oct 3
Thank you for joining us!
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Amit Bouri Oct 3
How does shape the future of capitalism? closes with a big picture discussion about how we connect to systemic change
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Amit Bouri Oct 3
“Do you actually have the courage to work against your social norms?” sees this as the fundamental question for changing financial markets.
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GIIN Oct 3
Closing panel at w/ , , , & inspire us to keep thinking about visions for the future of finance. What needs to happen to make this bold idea become our new reality? Where do we start?
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GIIN Oct 3
Replying to @Sorenson_Impact
Re. thoughts on policy: Jim Sorenson highlights three policies that have helped in the US – Opportunity zones, SPPRA, and the BUILD Act. He notes: Patient, place-based capital needed in Opp Zone communities which had been left behind.
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GIIN Oct 3
What is needed to tap into the potential of to address global challenges? Products? Education? Intermediaries? Both Jim Sorenson & note that intermediaries are key.
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