Whether you are talking about preserving wealth or giving it away, it’s important to be clear on the family and individual values that drive that decision. Yet, how many people have voiced their own values, less held a conversation with loved ones about the values they share?My guess? Not many.
Our world has become more integrated, but frameworks and practices remain largely separate—with the private sector actors, policy makers, and philanthropists staying in their own lanes. Sitting at the nexus of investment, philanthropy, and policy (Exhibit 1-7), impact investing combines the distinct institutional elements of these sectors. The interaction of policy, philanthropy, and investment is not new, but understanding the distinct attributes of these sectors is essential for the structuring of effective impact investments.
China Blue Sustainability and CANGO cohosting an online event titled "Sino-Eurp Dialogue on Civil Society's Response to COVID-19 Pandemic where CGPI, EFC and Stiftung Mercator will be speaking. Feel free to check the details and register to the meeting at http://lxi.me/fh8ta
The Forbes announces World Billionaires List every year and that will have many folks living vicariously. If you’re one of them, you may find yourself wishing that you were a billionaire, a multimillionaire or just rich enough to not worry about what things cost.