A new economy that can drive social, climate and economic justice is taking shape – the Impact Economy. What are the building blocks for the new Impact Economy? What opportunities does it offer businesses, investors, governments and consumers? Hundreds of impact leaders, investors and entrepreneurs will discuss this at the GSG Impact Summit in Santiago, on 18-20 November 2019.
Come and join them at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Santiago, Chile.
Last year I posted a blog called “The new IRR - Impact, Risk and Return”. With almost 900 viewers, this blog is my best read post to date and triggered many enthusiastic reactions. In essence, I advocated a new IRR: looking at every investment taking into account its Impact, Risk and Return.
"Influential people from emerging market countries make up a far smaller share than emerging markets’ 85% share of the world’s population, their 75% of global land mass or their 55% share of global GDP."
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been widely adopted as a useful framework for impact investing. Really?
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been widely adopted as a useful framework for talking about impact investing. Really!
Na het succes van de eerste close van het NN FMO Emerging Markets Loans Fund zijn afgelopen week de eerste investeringen gedaan. Maureen Schlejen, hoofd institutionele relaties NN Investment Partners en Yvonne Bakkum, Managing Director van FMO Investment Management gaan in op de achtergronden van deze succesvolle launch.
On October 26th, 2017 Yvonne Bakkum lectured impact investing classes at Harvard Kennedy school.
Watch her vlog and share her experience.
On November 13, 2017 Yvonne Bakkum was a guest in the studio of BNR newsradio - a well known and renowned Dutch radio station for the business comunity.
The interviewed focussed on impact investing and how investors can create more impact by investing via FMO Investment Management.
Listen to the whole interview (in Dutch) here. BNR News Radio - Zakendoen
The search for a relation between environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria and corporate financial performance (CFP) can be traced back to the beginning of the 1970s. Scholars and investors have published more than 2000 empirical studies and several review studies on this relation since then. This study extracts all provided primary and secondary data of previous academic review studies.