Join us for our April Fuqua Faculty Conversation as Cathy Clark, Adjunct Professor at the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) and Director of the CASE i3 Initiative on Impact Investing, presents: Impact Investing and Tri-Sector Leadership You will learn about: The emerging field of impact investing and its relationship to the future Read more about Webinar: Fuqua Faculty Conversation on Impact Investing 4/29[…]
CASE i3, ICAP Partners and the Skoll Centre held an invitation-only event sponsored by Barclay’s prior to the Skoll World Forum in Oxford on April 15, 2015. About 70 people attended to discuss progress, obstacles, and the need for segmentation in the impact investing field in three areas: investor on-ramping, performance data, and capital aligned with investees’ Read more about Event: Pre-Skoll Impact Investing Colloquium[…]
“The authors of The Impact Investor—all longtime leaders in the impact investing space—provide valuable insights for a new class of investors. Their new book uses real world examples from funds that meet investor expectations of return on capital and that support impact businesses that are using market-based solutions to solve some of our greatest social Read more about Quote: Jean Case, Case Foundation[…]
The Philanthropy Hour’s Greg Cherry hosted CASE i3’s Cathy Clark on a podcast on February 25, 2015. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SHOW: In this 34 minute interview, we discuss: What constitutes an impact investment and how it is unique from traditional investing. How the purpose-driven mentality is infiltrating the marketplace, and how millenials are driving it. Read more about Podcast: The Philanthropy Hour[…]
“If you’re putting your money towards an impact investment, you should ask the person managing that money what their goal is with that money and how they’re going to report it back to you. It’s a very simple question, and it can change the whole space if every investor did that.” from The ‘very simple Read more about Quote: Chicago Tribune[…]
Stanford Social Innovation Review published an excerpt from The Impact Investor. Read the excerpt here.
“The stakes are high. If impact investing spurs the socialization and growth in Collaborative Capitalism that we believe it will, for the first time in history we will be responding to some of the world’s most difficult challenges appropriately, proportionally and sustainably—through massive deployment of the world’s global capital markets.” —Cathy Clark, Jed Emerson, & Read more about Quote: Clark, Emerson, Thornley[…]
“The answer is to devise savvy financing structures with multiple layers of equity and debt that make room for parties with a variety of appetites for risk and return.” from The Secret Sauce Behind 12 Successful Impact Investment Funds in Forbes. Anne Field, December 21, 2014
“Social Impact Investors need to develop multilingual leadership skills.” from Three Good Ideas from the Social Finance Forum 2014 in socialfinance.ca. Verity Dimock, December 5, 2014.
“But The Impact Investor is the kind of book that you will want to read cover-to-cover, because only then will you fully appreciate its breadth and depth of insight. It is a tour de force – a truly groundbreaking work that delivers some of the very finest thinking on impact investing, and presents it in a warm Read more about Quote: Caldy Group[…]