Connecting Impact Strategies with Institutional Capital

Impact Capital Partners is a U.S. based, impact investing private placement agent connecting institutional capital with sustainable investing strategies.

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Invest with Impact

At Impact Capital Partners, our mission is to connect institutional capital with opportunities that address the world’s most pressing challenges. We do this by curating investment strategies that align with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Schedule a call to learn more about our platform.

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This organization is a first-in-market global litigation impact strategy focused on recovering assets stolen from low- and middle-income countries. They are dedicated to assisting democratic, anti-corruption-focused governments in their fight against corruption by providing funding and support for civil enforcement and asset recovery. They treat claims as assets, purchasing the claims from the sovereign government, which invests side by side with impact investors and patient capital to maximize enforcement.

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With anchor funding and first-loss coverage from the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the world’s largest climate fund, the goal of this Blended Finance Climate Strategy is to catalyze long-term climate investment at the sub-national level for mitigation and adaptation solutions through a transformative financing model (20% public / 80% private). The strategy's Global’s business model is designed to attract primarily private institutional investment and to deliver certified climate and Sustainable Development impacts and Nature-based Solutions at global scale (SDGs, NbS).

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This female-founded Manager seeks to generate competitive financial returns PLUS positive economic, social and/or environmental impact by providing financing to Small and Medium Enterprises (“SMEs”) in very select high-growth developing economies with stable political climates and reliable legal systems. All of their borrowers map to at least one of the UN SDGs + conform to the IFC’s exclusion list + meet local and international laws and respective practices + are in compliance with local environmental, labor, health, safety and business laws +commit to identify and track various bottom-up impact metrics, as defined by the GIIN’s Impact Reporting and Investment Standards (IRIS) metrics.

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