Tag: impact investing
ESG … and T? Tenant Protections Fly Under the Impact Investing...
To meaningfully evaluate real estate-related companies, organizations that evaluate impact investment standards must address tenant experiences.
How Successful is Your County in Accessing Community Development Funding?
some communities in the United States seem much better than others at attracting grants and financing for community development—even after adjusting for their relative needs. Here are some of the surprising trends:
Shared-Equity Homeownership With No Public Subsidy
What if the future of shared equity homeownership was not dependent on government subsidies? Vivacité - Société immobilière solidaire, a Quebec-based non-profit organization, designed a shared equity program based on a social economy model that leverages impact investors to ensure perpetual affordability and scales its impact.
Impact Investing Resources
If you want to explore impact investing further, here are some places to start.
Impact Investing for Community Development
New sources of mission-driven private capital could step up to support community development where traditional sources of financing are withdrawing.
The Role of Government in Impact Investing
Impact investing may seem like a market-based concept, but government can and does support, enable, and participate in it many ways.
Connecting CDFIs and Impact Investors
It should be a natural fit; what’s in the way?
“Money Must Serve, Not Rule!”
In November 2013, Morgan Stanley launched its Institute for Sustainable Investing and announced that within five years it was aiming to manage $10 billion...
Part II: What If Someone Gave You $5M, Then Asked for...
When was the last time you sat down with your financial manager and the actually considered the various tranches of capital you would need?
Aligning Grants with Impact Investments
Impact investing—the deployment of capital with the intent of not only generating financial return, but also producing measurable social and environmental impacts—is not new....