Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors publish “Impact Investing Handbook: An Implementation Guide for Practitioners”
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) have published the “Impact Investing Handbook: An Implementation Guide for Practitioners” featuring case studies and detailed guidance on impact investing for individuals, families, foundations, and corporations.
Two years in the making, this practical publication written by Steven Godeke of Godeke Consulting and Patrick Briaud of RPA, features input from over fifty experts and practitioners. As more investors are seeking to better understand the positive and negative consequences of how they deploy capital, there is also a growing realisation among those who seek to influence society that they can use more of their assets to complement and even accelerate their social impact goals.
The Handbook covers:
- The Why – Developing a theory of change by merging impact goals with investment goals.
- The How – Building or shifting a portfolio using the full range of impact tools and structures.
- The So What – Measuring success through leading principles, frameworks, and standards.
- The Now What – Crafting a realistic implementation plan by following best practices.