Impact investment as an important part of your client’s investment portfolio
Ian McLennan, Partner and Investment Lead at Triple Point, speaks to Intelligent Partnership about the place of impact investment in an investment portfolio. Some investors might hold a conviction that impact and returns are not fully compatible and these sorts of investments are more altruistic than commercial. How would you address such concerns?
Our Impact EIS Service invests in for-profit growth companies, not social enterprises or charities. The investments that are targeted look to achieve growth returns by investing in companies that also make a significant positive contribution to society. The evidence is that there's no trade-off between financial returns and social impact – quite the opposite. A 2013 paper by Deutsche Bank, for example, suggests that 90% of...
Impact Investment a ‘Win-Win’ for both investors and advisers
A more principled approach to investing is a key theme sweeping markets. However, most of the...
What is driving the nice-ification of investment?
Written by Rebecca O'Connor for "Good with Money"
Trends usually start with a small group of...
EIS launches backing top ethical companies
FT Adviser profiles the launch of Triple Point's Impact EIS
By Aamina Zafar
Impact and profit are not mutually exclusive
Triple Point’s new Impact EIS product is designed to provide investors with significant...
The Impact of Digital Health
Triple Point’s Impact EIS Service, launched in March 2018, aims to generate both financial...
Navigating the pathway to uncorrelated equity returns
Finding an investment that is able to provide returns that are wholly uncorrelated to equities is...
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