• Gustavo Bernal Torres

In Search of Impact Alpha - A Case Study by Impak

By Global Canopy, the latest installment of their Little Book series sets out how the private and public sector can shift from financing nature negative activities to nature positive ones-

  • impak’s case study, based on Vega Investment Managers' Transformation Responsable fund (subsidiary of Natixis Wealth Management), aims to demonstrate that the search for impact alpha is worth overcoming the argument that impact assessments would encourage taking impact into account during investment decisions on moral arguments alone.

  • We believe that companies that create positive impacts, address the SDGs, and make them a central part of the strategy with a stakeholder focus will add more value to consumers and investors in the long term. impak is therefore interested to discover whether or not there is an ex post relationship between impact performance and financial performance.


Source (Registration required): https://casestudy.impak.eco/impact-alpha/

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