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Impact Investment Caught Out

Impact investors and the community as a whole has missed a leadership opportunity.

The international community regards impact investing as an important part of the effort to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)  Impact investment, with its dual focus on financial returns and social impact, has, in theory, a unique role to play by combining aspects of development finance and private capital. Dr. Gillian Marcelle discusses her magazine article, "Impact Investment Caught Out"   Watch the Full Program In playing this role, the impact investment community has the potential, if not a responsibility, to build collaboration across divides and cultures that separate large institutional investors, specialist investment firms, philanthropies, and development finance institutions (DFIs).…
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Gillian Marcelle, PhD leads Resilience Capital Ventures LLC, a boutique capital advisory practice specializing in blended finance. She has a proven track record in attracting investment and focuses on telecoms, fintech, renewable energy and regenerative agriculture. Her speciality is the design and implementation of blended finance strategies that often involve ... Read more
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