Toniic and The Coalition for Impact present a conversation with Falko Paetzold, Assistant Professor in Social Finance at EBS University and Managing Director of the Center for Sustainable Finance & Private Wealth (CSP) at the University of Zurich on the role of impact investors in realizing and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.
The question of how to maximize real-world impact has gained momentum in 2020 due to the Covid-19 crisis which is pushing investors to scrutinize their decision-making on a new level. In this webinar, Falko presents findings from the first scientific analysis of Toniic T100 impact portfolio, survey, and interview data.
The session features the following insights:
WHO: An outline of the personality types of typical T100 investors.
HOW: Overview of the SDGs that most capital is allocated towards by T100 participants, biases that were detected in the data, the role financial performance plays vs impact, and issues with limited diversification.
HOW: Summary of how T100 members argue for impact investing and the key role that other stakeholders seem to play.
IMPACT: Approaches that are most often chosen by T100 members, and how this matches up with studies on the depth of impact of different investments in the world.
This webinar was made available with the support from EIT Climate-KIC.