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LPs will soon have trillions to invest in impact but an LP-GP disconnect is hampering progress, writes Jeremy Smith, head of impact at placement agent Rede Partners.
Private credit investors are well positioned to engage with management teams, but more work needs to be done to standardise metrics, writes Will Nicoll, CIO of M&G’s private and alternative assets team.
The shift to sustainability in private markets deserves its own dedicated information source.
By monitoring and reporting impact in a consistent and transparent manner, managers can help channel capital to the most impactful investments, writes Connor Teskey, managing partner and head of Brookfield’s renewable power group.
Current climate-related investment strategies have a narrow focus; this needs to change, writes Mike Stone, CIO of TPG’s Rise Fund.
To keep up with demand, investors need to broaden the impact investment pipeline to include mature businesses, writes Apollo's impact chair Lisa Hall.
Sophisticated LPs have been aligning themselves with sector-specialist GPs in recent years, and this pair's $500m partnership is a milestone deal.
The £57bn pension has an ambitious target to reach net zero by 2035. CEO Morten Nilsson urges investors in private markets to help by gathering more extensive carbon data.
A $5bn investment into a Montreal rail system epitomises ‘constructive’ capital, writes Marc-André Blanchard, executive vice-president and head of CDPQ Global.
The UN's Sustainable Development Goals will help investors 'build resiliency back into the fabric of society', write Robert Antablin and Ken Mehlman, co-heads of KKR Global Impact.

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