More than two-thirds of global limited partners plan to maintain or increase their commitments to emerging market private equity funds, with Southeast Asia, India and Sub-Saharan Africa generating the most interest, a new survey shows.
Most investors today are interested in making lots and lots of money. And many people, as they earn lots of money, decide to give to charity. But somewhere between pure profit and pure charity is a relatively small but growing movement of investors who seek financial, environmental, and social returns of their investments all at once. They are called impact investors, and their ranks are continuing to grow.
Impact investing and emerging markets private equity are like twins that were separated at birth – and have once again been reunited. The similarities in the two marketplaces was on display at the recent Emerging Markets Private Equity Conference, organized by the Emerging Market
Announcements of new federal regulations on the use of program-related investments (PRIs) and the launch of a groundbreaking fund in Chicago are the latest signals that impact investing, once a marginal philanthropic and policy tool, is moving into...
While most surveys confirm millennial interest in impact investing, some suggest there is more talk than action. What are millennials actually doing about impact? Are they really taking action? What is needed to empower interested millennials to move from talk to action? This report goes straight to the source offering answers from millennials engaged in impact investing – from exploration through to execution.
Starbucks issued $500 million worth of notes whose proceeds will benefit its sustainability programs in coffee-growing regions. Called Senior Notes, they include the first U.S. corporate sustainability bond.
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