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Aavishkaar Venture Management Services


India

Founded in 2001 with a vision to catalyse development in India s underserved regions it identifies capable entrepreneurs provides them with capital supplements it with a nurturing environment and helps build sustainable enterprises.Aavishkaar s big innovation is the adoption of venture capital methodology to serve the lowincome market segment by creating scalable enterprises. Aavishkaar s founding team faced the challenge of modifying the investing methodology followed in the Silicon Valley. Funding in the Valley typically focused on new technologies and breakthroughs in intellectual property. Back home Aavishkaar had to adapt it to brick and mortar investing in hinterland and rural geographies with a target clientele that had a tiny wallet. At the same time reasonable returns had to be delivered to investors. This meant that Aavishkaar with its limited capital and resources had to find a large number of startup companies scattered across underdeveloped regions and then invest small amounts of capital in them.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: South-Eastern Asia Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Accion Venture Lab


United States of America

Venture Lab is an investment initiative that provides patient seed capital and support to innovative financial inclusion start-ups, fostering experimentation and promoting business models that improve financial access for people living in poverty worldwide.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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ALTERFIN


Belgium

Alterfin invests in microcredit institutions and associations of fair trade producers in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The cooperative society Alterfin was founded in 1994 and is a form of cooperation between North South organisations, financial institutions, social organisations, some companies and over 5,000 private individuals.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Asia Impact:

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Bamboo Finance


Colombia

Bamboo Finance is a commercial investment firm managing 250M USD representing a unique portfolio of direct investments around the world with offices in Luxembourg, Geneva, Bogota, San Francisco,and Singapore. Bamboo specializes in the financing of entrepreneurship globally. They use a market-oriented approach to deliver social value environmental value and financial returns to investors.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Asia Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Better Ventures


United States of America

Better Ventures provides funding and support to companies creating scalable solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. They believe in the power of technology to address the most important issues of our time, from education and work to health and the environment. Given the magnitude of the world’s problems and the enormous market opportunities they represent, it takes the best and brightest minds armed with the best resources to address them.

Type: Accelerator/Incubator Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Bridges Ventures


United Kingdom of Great Britai

Bridges Ventures is a sustainable growth investor whose commercial expertise is used to deliver both financial returns and social and environmental benefits. They believe that market forces and entrepreneurship can be harnessed to do well by doing good.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Europe Impact: Access to Information

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Calvert Foundation


United States of America

Calvert Foundation shows what is possible in high-impact investing by connecting capital from everyday individuals to under-resourced communities. Since 1995, more than 13,500 Calvert Foundation investors have invested roughly $800 million through their Community Investment Note, facilitating the creation of thousands of jobs, classroom seats, affordable homes, and critical services in the U.S. and around the world.

Type: Foundation Geography: Africa Impact:

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Community Reinvestment Fund


United States of America

Community Reinvestment Fund delivers the capital needed to transform struggling neighbourhoods into thriving communities. Together with their lending partners, they finance America's small businesses, increase jobs, improve housing, and help those who need it most.

Type: Foundation Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Education

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Core Innovation Capital


United States of America

Core Innovation Capital invests in the most innovative companies serving underbanked consumers in America. They are passionate about financial services that meaningfully improve the lives of underserved people. They focus on early growth-stage for-profit companies whose management shares their vision that scalable, technology-driven solutions focused on delivering the highest value to underbanked people can create great businesses and strengthen the American middle class.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Craft3


United States

Craft3 is a certified nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) established in 1994 to support economic, ecological and family resilience in Pacific Northwest communities. Craft3 lends capital and provides expertise to people who do not normally have access to financing. It is a regional institution that supports long-term, place-based strategies that link rural and urban communities in the region. Craft3 manages over $166 million in total assets available for investing in high-impact initiatives. Craft3 is governed by a 13-member Board of Directors representing the communities and people it serves and 49 staff members deliver expert services from offices in Astoria, Portland, OR and Ilwaco, Port Angeles/Port Townsend and Seattle, WA. Over the next 5 years it will expand to another 3-5 offices throughout Oregon and Washington.

Type: Accelerator/Incubator Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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DBL Investors


United States

DBL Investors uses venture capital to accelerate innovation in a way that positively impacts an organization’s social ecosystem as well as its financial success. They invest in and help nurture outstanding entrepreneurs and companies in Cleantech, Information Technology, Health Care, and Sustainability-Oriented Products and Services.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Education

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EcoEnterprises Fund


Costa Rica

For over a decade, EcoEnterprises Fund has pioneered investing in small businesses which protect threatened ecosystems while bringing much‐needed income to local communities. With a focus on expanding sectors, such as organic agriculture, aquaculture, ecotourism, sustainable forestry, and non-timber forest products, the Fund provides growth capital concurrent with an engaged value-added approach to enable companies to achieve scale and results. Founded under the umbrella of The Nature Conservancy, EcoEnterprises Fund became an independent investment manager in 2010 with the launch of its second fund, EcoEnterprises Partners II, L.P. To date, the Fund has financed 30 sustainable companies in 11 countries. Collectively, these investments generated solid impacts – 4,439 jobs created; 300 community groups benefited; 20,767 small producers involved; half a billion dollars in sales reached, and 7 million acres of land conserved. In late 2016, EcoEnterprises Fund will again build upon its track record and strong portfolio management with a third fund. EcoEnterprises Fund continues to lead the way in the impact investing industry by replicating success and mainstreaming its approach. In doing so, the Fund transforms the thinking of how businesses are sustainably advancing environmental and social objectives through the preserving the most important asset, planet Earth.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Capacity Building

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Ecotrust Forest Management


A forestland investment management and advisory services company. They manage land on behalf of investors and forestland owners to enhance forest health and productivity, and to produce a diverse array of forest products and services including timber, biomass, carbon, and improved habitat and water quality.

Type: Investor Network Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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Elevar Equity


India

Elevar Equity a human centered venture capital firm invests in transformative and scalable entrepreneurial ventures focused on underserved customers in low income communities. The Elevar Method of investing has democratized essential services for over 20 million underserved customers and catalyzed billions of dollars of capital into 25 companies in India and Latin America. Elevar is the founding or first institutional capital in several companies focused on financial services agriculture education healthcare and housing. An entrepreneurial emerging markets team based in India Colombia and the US Elevar is widely recognized as a leader in impact investing.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Asia Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Farmland LP


United States of America

Farmland LP acquires conventional farmland and converts it to organic, sustainable farmland. They provide investors with access to this unique asset class, which has proven to deliver inflation-protected returns over long periods of time. Farmland LP adds value to farmland by converting it to certified organic farmland, thus gaining access to the 50% to 200% price premium for organic goods. In addition, they lower the costs for farmers by using sustainable agriculture land management best practices, which are proven to reduce the need for and cost of fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and seeds, while also increasing the productivity of the land. Thus, they are able to fulfill their mission of delivering solid returns to their investors while helping build a sustainable, healthy, local food system for the future.

Type: Accelerator/Incubator Geography: Northern America Impact: Agricultural Productivity

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Grassroots Business Fund


United States

GBF delivers a distinctive blend of investment capital and business advisory services through two main vehicles working together: a private investment fund and a non-profit organization. Through the fund, GBF makes equity, mezzanine equity, mezzanine debt, and straight debt investments. These customized investment structures ensure that GBF’s investment performance aligns with the businesses’ performance. The fund delivers a form of capital suitable for long-term investment in businesses servicing low income communities.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Grassroots Capital Management


United States of America

Grassroots Capital Management (GCM) is an impact investment manager based in the US. Together with its India based partner, Caspian Advisors, GCM and its predecessors have launched five Microfinance funds since 2003.

Type: Investor Network Geography: Asia Impact: Access to Education

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Gray Ghost Ventures


United States of America

Gray Ghost Ventures (GGV) is an impact investing firm dedicated to providing market-based solutions to entrepreneurs who are addressing the needs of low-income communities in emerging markets. GGV focuses on serving these low-income communities in developing nations through for-profit investment in operating companies or investment funds, ecosystem development and capacity building.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Bangladesh Impact: Access to Education

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HCAP Partners


United States of America

HCAP Partners is a provider of growth capital to lower-middle market companies throughout California and the Western United States. The firm, formerly named Huntington Capital, was founded in 2000 and is based in San Diego, CA. Established with a vision to stimulate the economic well-being of communities while seeking to generate above-market rate returns, HCAP Partners has been recognized as a leader in the emerging area of debt and equity “impact” funds.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Impact Finance Management


Switzerland

Impact Finance Management is a fund advisory company based in Geneva Switzerland with offices in Milano, Italy and in Cali, Colombia. It initiated and advises an open-ended fund in Luxembourg. Since Autumn 2011, Impact Finance has invested more than $21 million in debt, in 28 companies working in rural areas with the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP). Impact Finance is investing in 11 countries, mostly in Latin America and also in Europe and Southeast Asia. Already 38% of the fund has been repaid showing the high capacity of the enterprises they finance, while the fund performance show positive returns since autumn 2012.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Incofin


Belgium

Incofin Investment Management (Incofin IM) manages funds that invest in microfinance institutions (MFIs) in developing countries. MFIs provide financial services, such as credits, savings and insurances, to people who cannot have recourse to regular banks. As a specialist in rural microfinancing, Incofin IM’s main goal is to reach out to people who live in more secluded rural areas and/or who are active in the agricultural sector.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Injaro Agricultural Capital Holdings


Ghana

Injaro Agricultural Capital Holdings Ltd. (Injaro) has been established with the aim of carrying out investment activities for advancing the social objectives of alleviating poverty and revitalizing distressed regions in West Africa. Injaro makes investments in debt, quasi-equity, and equity in small-and medium-sized enterprises along the agricultural value chain in designated countries of West Africa. The agriculture value chain encompasses the full range of activities and participants involved in moving agricultural products from input suppliers to farmers' fields, and ultimately, to consumers' tables. The countries Injaro is focusing on are Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger and Sierra Leone.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Food Security

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Insitor Management


Cambodia

Insitor Management is an impact investment firm with operational headquarters in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and offices in New Delhi, India and Yangon, Myanmar. It invests in companies operating in access to energy, water, housing, health, and education in Southeast Asia and India. Insitor Management is the investment advisor of Insitor Seed Fund and Insitor Impact Fund, an investment company organized into two sub-funds: Insitor Poverty Alleviation Fund and Insitor Energy Access Fund. The Insitor Management team has extensive operational experience with early-stage businesses in Developing Asia and brings expertise as entrepreneurs, strategy consultants, and finance professionals. As a 100% locally-based management team, it takes an active role in supporting its entrepreneurs and growing its companies.

Type: Investor Network Geography: Asia Impact: Community Development

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Investisseurs & Partenaires


Cameroon

Investisseurs & Partenaires (I & P) is a family of investment funds created in 2002 by Patrice Hopenot and directed and 2011 by Jean-Michel Severino. I & P supports the development of African SMEs (including microfinance institutions) through a strategic and financial partnership. These companies are of crucial importance to development in Africa, as they produce social, environmental and governance.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Iroquois Valley Farms, LLC


United States of America

Iroquois Valley Farms, LLC (IVF) was formed in 2007 in Illinois as the first private equity company in the United States to connect socially responsible investors directly with local and organic farmland. Offering a unique opportunity to benefit from the growing business of producing healthy and nutritious foods, the company now owns over 800 acres of Midwestern farmland purchased during its first six years of operations Iroquois Valley Farms was certified as a B Corporation in 2012 and is listed on various impact investing networks, including Impact Base (Global Impact Investing Network) and Impact Assets, where it has been chosen for inclusion in the IA50 2012. While past performance is no guarantee of future results, investors that have provided patient capital have been well rewarded.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure, LLC


United States of America

Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure is an investment firm dedicated to building and owning renewable energy projects for their consistent cash flows and for their direct and positive environmental and social impact. We are currently building a portfolio of solar energy projects, and we also consider wind, hydropower, geothermal and other renewable energy projects. The principals of Kendall Sustainable have over twenty years of combined energy and private investing experience. We typically work with strong regional renewable energy developers to advance projects to a construction ready stage, and then acquire full ownership of the assets just prior to construction. We finance and build out projects and then own them for their long-term, consistent cash yields. Our investment vehicles are Delaware limited partnerships, structured with competitive and investor-favored private equity terms and conditions. Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure is an affiliate of Kendall Investments, LLC, a private equity firm founded in 2004.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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LeapFrog Investments


South Africa

LeapFrog Investments is a specialist investor in emerging markets, seeking the growth opportunity presented by two billion emerging consumers in Africa and Asia. LeapFrog’s portfolio companies currently provide insurance, savings and pensions products to over 51 million people across 21 markets including Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, India, Indonesia, Thailand, and The Philippines. LeapFrog uses a profit-with-purpose approach to investing, recognising its ability to generate strong results and change many lives. LeapFrog has unlocked over a billion dollars of investment from leading global institutions that share this vision.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Eastern Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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LIVING CITIES


United States of America

Founded in 1991 Living Cities harnesses the collective power of twenty two of the world s largest foundations and financial institutions to build a new type of urban practice geared at getting dramatically better results for low income people faster. Together we are working with cross sector leaders in cities to develop and scale new approaches to dramatically improve the economic well being of low income people. Our investments research networks and convenings catalyze fresh thinking and combine support for innovative comprehensive local approaches with real time sharing of knowledge to accelerate and deepen adoption in more places.In 20 years Living Cities members have collectively invested almost $1 billion helping shape federal funding programs redirecting public and private resources and helping communities to build homes stores schools community facilities and more. Our members are not simply funders. They shape our work and priorities by participating on the Living Cities Board of Directors and four standing committees.

Type: Investor Network Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)


United States of America

LISC is the largest community development support organization in the country. Headquartered in New York City with 30 offices across the U.S., they are a national organization that focuses on local community revitalization efforts.

Type: Accelerator/Incubator Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Lyme Timber Company


United States of America

The Lyme Timber Company LP is a private timberland investment management organization (TIMO) that focuses on the acquisition and sustainable management of lands with unique conservation values. The Company has followed a disciplined and value oriented approach to investing in forestland and rural real estate.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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MCE Social Capital


United States of America

MCE Social Capital is a nonprofit impact investing firm that uses a pioneering loan guarantee model to generate economic opportunities for hundreds of thousands of people particularly women in more than 30 countries.MCE is a nimble virtual organization with leadership in San Francisco New York Washington D.C. Boston and North Carolina.MCE recruits trail blazing individuals foundations and other entities to back loans to MCE from institutional lenders and accredited investors. Learn more about the Guarantor model.Since 2006 when MCE began operations MCE has used more than $110 million from private sector lenders made possible by MCE s loan guarantees to make loans to hundreds of MFIs. The MFIs have in turn funded more than $160 million in loans and other services to hundreds of thousands of people in more than 30 countries in Latin America Sub Saharan Africa Asia Eastern Europe and the Caucasus. Each of these individualsmore than 71% of whom are womensupports an average of five family members or more than 2 million people.MCE s separate Small and Growing Business (SGB) Fund supported by MCE s retained earnings and donations since 2013 but switching over to guaranteed capital in 2017 makes flexible customized and affordable loans to SGBs in Sub Saharan Africa and other challenging parts of the world.MCE sells its Global Economic Opportunity Notes (the Notes) to accredited investors. These Notes pay a fixed financial return generate positive social impact and benefit from MCE s 10 year track record of solid portfolio performance and the fact that MCE s investments are backed by over $113 million in loan guarantees.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Media Development Investment Fund


United States of America

MDIF invests in independent media around the world providing the news information and debate that people need to build free thriving societies. From 1996 to December 31 2016 MDIF provided more than $160.3 million in affordable financing including$143 million in loans and equity investments $16.7 million in technical assistance and other grants earned over $41.8 million in interest dividends and capital gains collected more than $68.6 million in recovered principal invested $0.6 million through Digital Kiosk the secure payment service for independent media.MDIF has invested in 111 clients and 344 projects across 39 countries writing off 9.5% of the total loaned and invested. MDIF has returned more than $38.9 million to investors. It ended December 30 2016 with a portfolio of $59.6 million in outstanding loans and investments.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Information

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MicroVest


United States of America

MicroVest Capital Management, LLC is a private, for-profit investment adviser dedicated to reducing global poverty by applying a commercial framework to investing. MicroVest seeks sustainable solutions to poverty by facilitating the flow of international private capital to low-income financial institutions.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Renewal Funds


Canada

Renewal Funds provides an opportunity for investors to participate in the development of business at the forefront of social and environmental innovation.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Income/Productivity Growth

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Root Capital


United States of America

A social investment fund that grows rural prosperity in poor, environmentally vulnerable places in Africa and Latin America. Root Capital seeks to maximize the positive social and environmental impact of their work through a three-pronged strategy: finance, advise, and catalyze.

Type: Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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RSF Social Finance


United States of America

Founded in 1936 as the Rudolf Steiner Foundation RSF Social Finance began making loans to Steiner inspired organizations in 1984. In the late 1990s RSFas mission expanded to serve a broader range of clients whose intentions and values are compatible with Steineras insights on associative economics and social renewal.Since 1984 RSF has made over $275 million in loans and over $100 million in grants placing them in the top tier of social finance organizations worldwide. Their risk management practices have resulted in an extremely low default rate and leverage ratio. For 30 years They have consistently provided a positive return on investment for their clients.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Sarona Asset Management


Netherlands

Sarona is an independent private investment firm, deploying growth capital to expansion-stage companies in Frontier and Emerging Markets. Through our primary strategy of investing in local funds, we seek to help companies grow while promoting positive ethical, social and environmental values. We select only those local managers who are able to demonstrate that they add real strategic and operational value to the companies they invest in. With the right partners and strategy, growing successful and profitable companies can have a significant developmental impact. This is what drives us: building a diversified portfolio to deliver Growth that Matters. Sarona’s activities rest on three pillars: 1. Private investments in Frontier and Emerging Markets 2. Strong financial returns 3. Ethical, social and environmental values

Type: Fund of Funds Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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Shared Interest


United States of America

Shared Interest works as a catalyst for social and economic change in South Africa. Since thier inception in 1994, they have used loan guarantees to bridge the gap between South African banks and marginalized people, previously considered “unbankable” during apartheid.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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SJF Ventures


United States of America

SJF Ventures is a venture capital partnership with offices in Durham, NC, New York and San Francisco. Through its investment funds, the firm provides equity financings from $1MM to $10MM, solo or in syndicates, to companies seeking growth capital. As a venture fund, SJF Ventures focuses on the resource efficiency, sustainability and technology-enhanced services sectors. Representative investment areas include efficiency and infrastructure, asset recovery including reuse and recycling, sustainable agriculture and food safety, health and wellness technology, education technology and digital media and marketing services.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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The Reinvestment Fund


United States of America

The Reinvestment Fund (TRF), a national leader in the financing of neighborhood revitalization, has invested $1.5 billion in communities since 1985. A CDFI, TRF finances housing, community facilities, supermarkets, commercial real estate and energy efficiency projects. It also provides public policy expertise by helping clients create actionable solutions and by sharing data and analysis via www.PolicyMap.com.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services

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TreeTops Capital


United States of America

The Treetops team shares a common vision that achieving commercial returns and investing sustainably are not incongruous, but rather complementary. Where there is a large social or environmental need – whether it is access to finance for small businesses, or need for affordable, energy-efficient housing - there is the potential to make both financial returns and a sustainable impact.

Type: Accelerator/Incubator Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Triodos Investment Management BV


Netherlands

Triodos Investment Management, a wholly owned subsidiary of Triodos Bank, manages 18 sustainable investment funds, with a total value of EUR 2.5 billion at year-end 2013. The funds span a broad range of sectors including Energy and Climate, Emerging Markets, Arts and Culture and Sustainable Real Estate. They include some funds open to private investors and others suitable for institutions, charitable foundations, family offices and private wealth managers.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Access to Education

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U.S. Fund for UNICEF Bridge Fund


United States of America

The U.S. Fund for UNICEF Bridge Fund is an innovative financial tool created by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to speed life-saving assistance to children in need. The Bridge Fund provides flexible capital, enabling UNICEF Supply Division to react immediately when children's lives are at risk to fast-track programmatic activity or the purchase and delivery of vital health, educational and other essential supplies. The Bridge Fund helps save the lives of vulnerable children by reaching them when every minute counts, buys time to secure better pricing and ensures a continuous supply of safe commodities from reliable manufacturers.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Canada Impact: Access to Education

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Unitus Impact


United States of America

Unitus Impact is a venture capital firm investing in scalable businesses that improve the livelihoods of the working poor in Asia’s fastest growing economies. They focus on early-stage companies in India and Southeast Asia (particularly Indonesia and Vietnam) – some of the world’s largest and fastest growing markets – largely overlooked by private investors

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Asia Impact: Income/Productivity Growth

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Vital Capital


Switzerland

Vital Capital Fund is a $350 million private equity fund created to align with the principles of Impact Investing. Vital was born out of a vision to enhance the quality of life of communities and families in developing African nations, while simultaneously delivering attractive returns to investors – ‘doing well’ AND ‘doing good’. With its first close in early 2011, Vital became one of the largest Impact Investing funds in the world.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

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Vox Capital


Brazil

Founded in 2009 Vox Capital is the first and most active impact investment fund in Brazil. By investing in companies that promote social transformation through innovative technologies channeled into the promotion of access to health education and financial services Vox Capital aims to create a world in which businesses are agents of positive social changes. The corporation has launched 2 investment funds and it is actively searching for organizations that fit into its investment criteria. For the fifth year in a row Vox Capital was listed in ImpactAssets 50 (IA50) the first publicly available database of experienced private debt and equity impact investment fund managers updated on an annual basis by the independent organization Impact Assets. For additional information please click on www.voxcapital.com.br.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Northern America Impact: Access to Education

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