Global Handbook of Impact Investing: Solving Global Problems Via Smarter Capital Markets Towards a More Sustainable Society

Solving Global Problems Via Smarter Capital Markets Towards A More Sustainable Society
Wiley (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 30. November 2020
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 512 Seiten
978-1-119-69064-1 (ISBN)
The Global Handbook of Impact Investing is a comprehensive guide on how governments, international finance institutions, donors, investors, and non-profits worldwide are solving global problems with measurable results in both developed and developing economies. Some methods that this book touches on are pioneering and scaling higher-impact portfolios of stocks, bonds, venture capital, private equity, real estate, donations, public policy instruments and evaluating impact for a more sustainable and greener society. This handbook gathers the knowledge and results to date from some of the best-known leaders and innovators in the field from across five continents, while showing the potential for full-scale implementation of these solutions for solving critical problems, such as climate change, poverty eradication, access to basic services and gender inequality.

Additionally, the Global Handbook of Impact Investing goes beyond being a guide for the investment community to being a global strategic reference for governments, international finance institutions, and donors on how the transformative power of capital can be used to create solutions to some of the most pressing challenges of inequality and sustainability, and on how to bring impact investing best practices to scale.

Some topics that will be covered in this book include:

Impact investing frameworks
Impact investing as a societal refocus of venture capital
Bridging the gap between public and investor needs
How to drive social change and create social impact
Factors informing impact investing decisions and portfolio
Measuring and reporting impacts
  • Englisch
  • New York
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  • USA
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  • 666 gr
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