État des lieux de l’investissement à impact

État des lieux de l’investissement à impact

Neuf publications recommandées par le Prof. Hans H. Wahl, Director of the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Initiative.

En anticipation de notre Rencontre annuelle du 25 février 2020 consacrée à l’Impact (cliquer ici pour connaître le programme), nous avons demandé à l’un de nos intervenants, le Prof. Hans H. Wahl, de nous indiquer quelques une de ses publications préférées sur ce sujet. Voici son TOP 9.

Impact Investing Comes of its own

Claudia Zeisberger, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Decision Sciences and Family Enterprise

A discussion with Kevin Lu, Chairman for Asia at Partners Group and Distinguished Fellow at INSEAD’s Global Private Equity Initiative (GPEI).





Investing for a better world

The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment

Strengthening the financial services value chain to meet the sustainable development goals.

Part I: Diagnosis.








Annual Impact Investor Survey – 2019

The Global Impact Investing Network

A report presenting 266 respondents’ impact investing activities and perspectives on industry development.







Building Impact Investment Wholesalers

Key Questions in Design of an Impact Investment Wholesaler

The GSG has commissioned five separate and complementary papers which address key questions and challenges within the impact investment ecosystem. The topics have been chosen by the leaders of the GSG, the National Advisory Board Chairs, the GSG trustees and the GSG partners.

In this paper, we discuss impact investment wholesalers, how they work, what they’ve accomplished and how their design choices shape their influence.



When can Impact Investing Create Real Impact?

Paul Brest & Kelly Born

With responses from Audrey Choi, Sterling K. Speirn, Alvaro Rodriguez Arregui & Michael Chu, Nancy E. Pfund, and Nick O’Donohoe

Paul Brest is emeritus professor at Stanford Law School, a lecturer at the Graduate School of Business, and a faculty co-director of the Stan- ford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.

Kelly Born is a fellow in charge of special projects at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.




What are the Principles of Responsible Investment?

PRI, the world’s leading proponent of responsible investment.

The six Principles for Responsible Investment are a voluntary and aspirational set of investment principles that offer a menu of possible actions for incorporating ESG issues into investment practice.

The Principles for Responsible Investment were developed by an international group of institutional investors reflecting the increasing relevance of environmental, social and corporate governance issues to investment practices. The process was convened by the United Nations Secretary-General.


Big Society Capital

The World’s First Social Investment Wholesale Bank – Jess Daggers & Alex Nicholls

Big Society Capital (BSC) is a financial institution set up for the purpose of building the market for social investment in the UK. BSC defines social investment as ‘the use of repayable finance to achieve a social as well as a financial return’. Its ultimate aim is to help ‘capitalise’ and support third sector organisations, described by them as ‘social sector organisations’ (SSOs).

BSC does this, primarily, by developing and promoting the social investment marketplace in the United Kingdom.


The Stars are Aligning for Socially Responsible Investing

Ian Potter – INSEAD Distinguished Fellow with INSEAD’s Global Private Equity Initiative (GPEI).

Calls for a more inclusive style of capitalism are boosting a budding industry.





The State of Impact Measurement and Management Practice

The Global Impact Investing Network

We see impact performance becoming a powerful differentiator and a meaningful new dimension of overall performance for all types of investing.