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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SDR has its first mover. But will others follow?

The FCA's labelling regime is generally considered to be well constructed. That doesn't mean fund managers will use it.

There is an unmet need for climate capital in the mid-market

Asset owners and their investment partners have begun in earnest to invest in climate solutions; are they missing a piece of the puzzle?

Labour principles are rising up on LPs’ ESG agendas

CalPERS, the New York State Common Retirement Fund and the New York City public pension funds have adopted dedicated labour principles policies for their portfolios and fund managers in the past year.

Why impact investing needs more LGBTQ+ voices

LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs face an uneven playing field when it comes to accessing finance; Impact Engine's Priya Parrish describes how investors should 'think differently' about risk and reward and why impact investing is 'is a natural fit for LGBTQ+ people'.

Impact credit is on the rise

A growing number of managers are looking to private debt in pursuit of positive impact.

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