Impact 50: The scale-up of impact continues

This year's exclusive list of private markets' largest managers of impact capital has grown in line with an expanding universe and continued fundraising.

Impact 50: How Brookfield became the world’s largest private markets impact manager

Scale continues to the watchword for the asset management giant as it sees deals requiring 'larger and larger' dollar amounts.

Impact 50: The ‘undimmed appetite’ for impact infrastructure

Two of the Impact 50 table's top five managers have an infrastructure focus, reflecting the size of the opportunity for large-scale impact in the asset class.


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NAV financing presents an ESG challenge

Uncertainty about the use of proceeds poses an issue for NAV lenders looking to manage ESG risks.

Four findings from our inaugural Climate Solutions special focus

The concept of a 'climate fund' has quickly evolved to span asset classes and strategies.

Global carbon accounting regulations give managers ‘angst’

As climate disclosure and reporting regulations from the EU, the SEC and the state of California come into force, three regulatory experts discuss the quandaries for investors that need to comply.

Is Europe starting to feel the ESG chill?

Though the political backlash against ESG is still yet to hit Europe, there are signs that the sustainability conversation is changing.

Sustainability in the US: Sidelined as a talking point, but still material

Sustainability was a sideline issue at NEXUS 2024, until CalSTRS' Chris Ailman planted it firmly on the agenda.

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