As impact investing has grown, it has begun to reshape traditional approaches to financing socially focused initiatives – sometimes to the point where paradigms start to shift. Take bonds for instance...[Read More]
In the final post in this series, I’ll explore the growing movement toward transparency, as impact investors strive to measure the nonfinancial performance of their investments and even compare investments by the social good they achieve.
William Burckart (firstname.lastname@example.org) advises on impact strategy development and measurement. He is the author of “Serving Client Demand for Impact Investing: A Hands-on Guide for Financial Advisors and Senior Management,” published by the Money Management Institute and is a member of the Global Advisory Council of Cornerstone Capital Group.