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Venture capitalists focused on women’s health are eager to confront the challenges women face now that abortion is no longer constitutionally protected.
A GP-led secondaries deal by Energy Capital Partners hints at future opportunities.
Investors are looking beyond the immediacy of the climate crisis to a brewing social emergency.
What can seem like an inexorable march towards sustainability is not quite that simple.
Investors’ views over the importance of DE&I issues and whether they ultimately affect fund commitments are as varied as the LP community itself.
A conversation with two Rubensteins shows how the industry changes, and how it stays the same.
The SEC’s proposals to require a kind of 'truth in advertising' around ESG funds are a good first step, writes Venture Capital Journal editor Lawrence Aragon.
Increasing competition coupled with LP appetite for thematic investment suggest impact firms will have to start thinking hard about standing out from the crowd.
A rapidly changing ESG landscape faces market participants, says ELFA’s Sabrina Fox.
Across private markets different bodies and groups are striving to harmonise ESG data gathering and reporting: it is a worthy and devilishly difficult task.
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