Microfinance

Microfinance

Microfinance is a type of financial service that helps entrepreneurs with low incomes, whose needs are often not well met by traditional commercial banks. These services include microcredit, which is the giving of small loans without collateral, as well as savings, insurance, money transfers, and other basic financial services.

Impact Reporting and Investing Standards (IRIS)

Also known by its acronym “IRIS”, this is a catalog of generally-accepted metrics developed by the Global Impact Investing Network (“GIIN”) used by...

Socially Responsible Investing (“SRI”)

Socially Responsible Investing or “SRI” is an investment style that is often referred to as “do no harm.”  It is an investment strategy that u...

Certified B-Corporation

B Corporation certification (also called “B Corp Certification”) is a private, third-party standard for companies that meet certain soc...

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