The IFC’s Investing for Impact: Operating Principles for Impact Management (the Principles) have been developed by a group of asset owners, managers, and allocators to describe essential features of managing investments into companies or organisations with the intent to contribute to measurable positive social or environmental impact alongside financial returns. Impact investments have the potential to make a significant contribution to important outcomes by addressing challenges related to, for example, economic inequality, access to clean water and sanitation, agriculture productivity, and natural resource conservation. The Principles provide a reference point against which the impact management systems of funds and institutions may be assessed. The Principles may be adopted at the corporate, line of business, or fund level.
Investing for Impact: Operating Principles for Impact Management
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
- 25 Feb 19
- Region Focus
- Global, Caribbean, Central Africa, Central America, Central Asia, East Africa, East Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa, North America, Oceania, South America, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Southern Africa, West Africa, West Asia, Western Europe, East Asia and Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, Latin America & the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa
- Sector Focus
- General, Other