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Investing for Impact: Case Studies Across Asset Classes

A report by Bridges Ventures, the Parthenon Group, & GIIN, 2010. This report is intended for the investment community and aims to help investors understand this emerging industry. The report employs a case study approach, mapping examples of Impact Investments on a traditional asset allocation framework. From these cases the report draws a series of findings. Read more »

Water Sector in India

Overview by New Ventures India, September 2010 Read more »

Investing for Social & Environmental Impact: A Design for Catalyzing an Emerging Industry

By Jessica Freireich and Katherine Fulton. Completed in January 2009 by Monitor Institute, with lead funding and support from the Rockefeller Foundation. Funding was also provided by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation and JPMorgan Chase Foundation. Read more »
Financial Services

"A Place in Society", from the Economist print edition

Sep 25th 2009, New York. You might suppose that financial innovation had done enough damage. But bankers, investors and philanthropists believe it can help the world's poor. Read more »

IFMR Capital Newsletter Issue 5 Vol 1, 2009

IFMR Capital Newsletter Issue 5 Vol 1, 2009 Read more »

Access to Capital: A Briefing Paper

By Venturesome/CAF, September 2009. Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) is a registered charity that works to make the most of money for charities and social enterprises. CAF believes that access to capital is vital for a healthy and thriving charitable sector. Venturesome provides capital to charities and social enterprises, operating in the space between providers of charitable grants and providers of bank loans at market rates. Since its launch by CAF in 2002, ?15 million has been offered to 250 organisations. This paper is a contribution to the current thinking on social investment, and the role that a Social Investment Wholesale Bank might play in supporting the existing ecology of this emerging and still fragile market. Read more »

Beyond the Tradeoff: A New Analytical Framework for the Social Impact Investing Industry

A New Analytical Framework for the Social Impact Investing Industry, by Hui Wen Chan, Vera Makarov and Sarah Thompson, February 2010. This study was made possible by the generous contributions of the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative. Read more »

Investing in Social Enterprise: the role of tax incentives

A report by NESTA and the Center for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI). By Vince Heaney. Additional research: Katie Hill. May 2010. Read more »
Financial Services

Emerging Markets, Emerging Models: Market-Based Solutions to the Challenges of Global Poverty

By Ashish Karamchandani, Michael Kubzansky, Paul Frandano. March 2009. Read more »