Giving Compass’ Take:
• The Global Impact Investing Network launched a roadmap that will detail how to advance the development of impact investing in the future.
• After a decade, impact investing has gone mainstream. How have you incorporated the practice into your giving plan?
• Global corporations are looking towards impact investing and entrepreneurs to help them drive more business.
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), launched “Roadmap for the Future of Impact Investing: Reshaping Financial Markets,” a framework for collective action to accelerate development of the impact investing market and build a new future in which finance is instrumental to social and environmental progress.
Commenced at the ten-year anniversary of the coining of the term impact investing, the Roadmap assesses industry progress to date, codifies a shared vision for the financial markets, and outlines specific actions needed to exponentially enhance the scale and effectiveness of impact investing across the world.
The Roadmap details six categories of action to drive progress toward the vision. For each category, the Roadmap describes specific actions needed, which stakeholders should lead on these actions and a timeframe. Enacting the plan will require collective action by leaders from the entire impact investing ecosystem.
Read the full article about the roadmap for impact investing by Api Podder at My Social Good News.
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