A collaboration between CASE, IPIHD, Calvert Foundation, and Investors’ Circle, produced as part of the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke with funding from USAID, this project set out to understand the landscape of current sources of debt and equity financing for global health enterprises in India and East Africa. Interviews with investors revealed two main Read more about Report: Opportunities and Challenges for Global Health Impact Investors[…]
Stanford Social Innovation Review published an excerpt from The Impact Investor. Read the excerpt here.
Which Impact Investing Funds Do It All? November 18, 2014 • Leila Boulton This post originally appeared in Private Wealth. It’s not always easy for advisors to determine which impact funds achieve the best social and environmental outcomes while meeting financial expectations—especially since most impact funds are private and have no disclosure obligations. After two Read more about Press: Which Impact Investing Funds Do It All?[…]
The Impact Investor: Lessons in Leadership and Strategy for Collaborative Capitalism, Released October 13, 2014. Precise details on what, exactly, impact investing entails, embodied in the experiences and best and proven practices of some of the world’s most successful impact investors, across asset classes, geographies and areas of impact. The book discusses the parameters of Read more about The Impact Investor Book Released[…]
Essential Steps to Building a University Impact Investing Programme: the Case of Duke University, September 2014. The World Economic Forum asked CASE i3 to write an article about the role that universities can play in building the impact investing field to contribute to the WEF report entitled From Ideas to Practice, Pilots to Strategy II: Read more about Article: Essential Steps to Building a University Impact Investing Program[…]
June 6, 2014. We released a new blog and 2 more Impact Investing 2.0 case studies! See “Mission-Driven Returns” in the Stanford Social Innovation Review or download our case studies on the Kellogg Foundation or RSF Social Finance.
RSF Social Finance’s Social Enterprise Lending Program Case Study, May 2014. This case study was produced for the Impact Investing 2.0: The Way Forward project by Cathy Clark, Jed Emerson and Ben Thornley. This project was created in partnership with InSight at Pacific Community Ventures and Impact Assets, and identifies twelve high-performing funds that have seen both financial and social Read more about Case Study: RSF Social Finance[…]
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Mission Driven Investments (MDI) Case Study, April 2014. This case study was produced for the Impact Investing 2.0: The Way Forward project by Cathy Clark, Jed Emerson and Ben Thornley. This project was created in partnership with InSight at Pacific Community Ventures and Impact Assets, and identifies twelve high-performing funds that have seen both Read more about Case Study: W. K. Kellogg Foundation[…]
April 18, 2014. Our new ebook is available on Amazon! Collaborative Capitalism and the Rise of Impact Investing. “Collaborative Capitalism and the Rise of Impact Investing demonstrates that business and investing are transforming – for the better. A must read for those interested in how the field is evolving.” – Don Shaffer, President and CEO, Read more about Ebook Release: Collaborative Capitalism[…]
March 13, 2014. CASE i3 releases its second white paper: “Fundraising for Global Health Social Enterprises: Lessons from the Field,” co-authored by Lila Cruikshank, former CASE i3 Fellow and Fuqua MBA 2013, Cathy Clark, Director, CASE i3, and Richard Bartlett, former Associate Director of the International Partnership on Innovative Health Delivery at Duke University, as part of the Read more about CASE i3 White Paper #2: Fundraising for Global Health Social Enterprises[…]