Impact Investing:
Private Debt & Equity Investing in Social Causes

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Date Published: October 31, 2017
Summary PPT Deck: 59 Slides
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of impact investing, a growing area of investing. This research combines with Tiburon's research on socially responsible investing to support its broader coverage of socially responsible investing & impact investing, which in turn fits within its wealth management series.

This research addresses the two historical phases of impact investing, including: 
  • Emergergence Phase
  • Maturation Phase

    This research addresses the most common investment vehicles, including:

    • Private Debt
    • Private Equity
    • Public Debt
    • Public Equity
    • Other Investment Vehicles

    This research defines a long list of potential investable areas, including:

    • Affordable Housing
    • Clean Technology
    • Community Development Lending
    • Crime & Prison Reform
    • Education & Charter Schools
    • Healthcare
    • Homelessness
    • Job Training
    • Microfinance
    • Pollution Prevention
    • Pro-Environment
    • Repressed Minorities
    • Sustainable Agriculture

    And this research makes several future predictions for the impact investing market, including:

    • Substantial Impact Investing Market Growth
    • Institutionalization of the Impact Investing Business

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