The coronavirus pandemic has seen record sums of institutional cash flow into sustainable investment funds, and awe-inspiring acts of philanthropy both locally and nationally. But is there a middle ground for individuals that wish to invest directly in expanding business models that do good in a sustainable way? Is investing outside of banks and stock markets really just for the professionals, or can individuals find ways to invest their savings in social and community enterprises to scale their impact?

In this panel discussion our Lead Expert Jamie Broderick spoke to Daniel Brewer, Chief executive at Resonance, Lyn Tomlinson, Head of impact and philanthropy at Cazenove Capital and Vidhya Alakeson, Chief executive at Power to Change.

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White Paper: Scaling up institutional investment for place-based impact

Our joint white paper “Scaling up institutional investment for place-based impact,” based on the collaborative “Place-Based Impact Investing Project (PBII)” by the Impact Investing Institute, The Good Economy and Pensions for Purpose, sets out the case for institutional investors to adopt a “place-based lens.”