Innovating for Impact Investing: Financial Institutions and Beyond
Money makes the world go round. In the wrong hands, it brings down countries, finances wars and degrades environments. However, in the right hands, it finances sustainable sources of energy, spurs innovation and saves lives.
Impact investing is the deliberate allocation of capital in initiatives that positively impact the world. Moreover, we focus specifically on the capital allocation of financial institutions, thus not including the investments of other institutions such as philanthropic foundations and governments.
Toxopeus, H.S, Maas, K.E.H, & Liket, K. (2016). Innovating for Impact Investing: Financial Institutions and Beyond. In Principles and Practice of Impact Investing, a Catalytic Revolution (pp. 181–193). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/114017