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Pulse of Impact Management

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 11, 2017
Updated: Thursday, May 11, 2017

The Pulse of Impact Management:
Current Uses of and Trends in Social and Environmental Impact Measurement in Investing

by the Middlebury Institute’s Center for Social Impact Learning in partnership with SVT Group

The Middlebury Institute’s Center for Social Impact Learning in partnership with SVT Group report offers a shortcut to practical information about how impact investors are tracking and reporting their social and environmental impact today. The report also includes advice from impact investors to those new to the field, and summarizes the history of impact investing, key terms and concepts in impact measurement, and trends, and provides a practical guide to the most relevant publications. 

Download the case study here.

Tags:  environmental impact  impact investing  impact investment  impact measurement  sector publication  Sector Trends  social impact 

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Toniic T100: Launch

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 11, 2017
Updated: Thursday, May 11, 2017

Toniic T100 Launch:
Insights from the Frontier of Impact Investing

by Toniic

This report makes public for the first time the aggregated portfolios of more than 50 investors, ranging in size from less than $2 million to more than $100 million, successfully targeting and achieving both impact and financial returns across the same asset classes available to traditional investors. The results of this study also demonstrate that though the surveyed impact investors’ primary motivation is to invest with measurable impact, their financial motivation is generally the same as traditional investors: to preserve capital and generate a financial return for the asset owner.

Download the case study here.

Tags:  impact evaluation  impact investing  impact measurement  investors  sector publication 

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Impact Investing Trends

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 11, 2017