Archive - June

Jun
15
2016

RIAs Making Investments to Attract Socially Responsible Clients

Matthew Weatherley-White, Managing Director at The CAPROCK Group, in addition to a handful of financial experts from an array of institutions, adds experience and insight to a recent InvestmentNews article. The subject at hand: investments being chosen to attract socially responsible clients.

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Jun
8
2015

If a Dog can Get Access to Capitalů

Impact investing has grown a lot as a sector in recent years, yet access to impact product is still often limited to high net worth individuals, foundations, and institutions. Barring some negatively screened public equity funds, the average small investor often lacks access to the impact universe. The good news is that this is starting to change. Our conversation with TriLinc Global CEO Gloria Nelund explores the process of building an investment product that truly democratizes access to impact investments. In the future, even Fido could have an impact portfolio!...
Jun
3
2015

Late Night Thoughts on Raising Capital, Part I (while listening to Massive Attack)

I have heard from so many people, particularly in the impact investing community, that capital introduction professionals are just leeches. They serve no valid role in the financial services ecosystem. To make my point before the argument, I disagree. Quite strenuously, actually. But not universally....
Jun
1
2015

The (Partial) Results Are In!

Anyone who knows us understands that we are passionate impact investors. And if you don’t know us well, just troll our blogs. They’ll deliver a clear sense of how we think about using the power of the capital market to help create the world in which we all (presumably) want to live. 

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Jun
2
2014

Technology and Microfinance

Microfinance has experienced the highs and lows of public perception over the last twenty years. From Mohammad Yunus' Nobel Peace Prize to the controversy of overly-indebted borrowers, it has been both celebrated as the key to poverty alleviation and condemned as a tool to enforce a global economic hierarchy that keeps poor countries poor. As with most issues, the truth is more nuanced than the headlines would imply....


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