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Impact 20 revisited: Trill, Brookfield and Lightrock among the new wave

Six new firms have entered our list of the 20 largest private markets impact managers, as we provide an interim update to our research amid the fast-moving impact fundraising market.

In brief: Net zero for UK buildings is now or never

To achieve net zero by 2050, all new buildings need to be net-zero carbon ready by 2030.

Impact 20 revisited: Trill, Brookfield and Lightrock among the new wave

Six new firms have entered our list of the 20 largest private markets impact managers, as we provide an interim update to our research amid the fast-moving impact fundraising market.

Data snapshot: ESG in due diligence

The most important issue for private markets fund investors is a demonstrable record of good ESG reporting.

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DEEP DIVE

Why LPs are investing in food for impact

A sector 'on the brink of transition' presents investors with a whole menu of impact possibilities.

Purpose, profit, status: Why private markets firms turn to B Corps

B Corp certification has long been a useful signal of sustainability credentials for consumer facing businesses; some private markets firms are getting on board.

Impact performance data: comparing apples with oranges

Why Cambridge Associates has consigned its impact investing benchmark to history and what this says about investing in impact.

Linking carried interest to impact: The ‘who?’ and the ‘why?’

Pioneering fund managers are making the ultimate GP prize – carried interest – contingent on impact or ESG metrics. In part one of this deep dive, we ask who is doing it and what their motivations are.

Linking carried interest to impact: The ‘how?’ and ‘what next?’

Momentum is gathering behind the movement to link carried interest to impact or ESG targets. In the second part of this deep dive, we discover that it is easier said than done.

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Get ready for a ‘disorderly transition’

Pollination's Martijn Wilder expects investors will focus more on resilience and adaptation in the next 12-18 months, but investment will still fall short.

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