An estimated £2.2trn is currently invested in sustainable funds with a focus on climate. The Institute hopes to see over half of that invested in a fair and inclusive transition to net zero within the next five years.
This year’s Fi Forum in Madrid focused on the need to accelerate the further mobilisation of capital into emerging markets, the importance of the ‘human factor’, and the crucial role of families when it comes to impact investing.
Sir Ronald Cohen, the world-renowned venture capitalist, philanthropist and driving force behind the impact investing movement, explains why he believes impact-weighted accounting is key to a more sustainable capitalism.
The result of the collaboration between the editorial teams of IPE and IPE Real Assets and Impact Investor, this publication explores the latest developments affecting pension funds moving into impact investing.
Appetite for impact investments among Europe’s pension funds is on the up but still only represents a very small part of their portfolios. Investment managers are responding by developing new impact-driven strategies across asset classes.