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A new investing paradigm

Risk, Return + Impact - The New Efficient Frontier

Investments are traditionally viewed along a spectrum of risk and return, where taking on higher risk usually results in achieving higher return.

Impact investors are now evaluating investments with regard to their performance across three axes of blended value creation.

While some impact investments can and do deliver impact alongside risk-adjusted, market-rate financial returns, it is also clear that not all types of impact can be achieved with market-rate returns.
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“Impact Investing: Profit with Purpose” was created in partnership with Asha Impact, one of India's leading impact investment and policy advocacy platforms. The 4-week online course has been designed to provide an understanding of:
  • Financial instruments and techniques used to fund social enterprises
  • Impact measurement components, tools, and frameworks
  • Current market trends and key players of the impact investing ecosystem
  • Key challenges in impact investing industry and how to unlock opportunities to invest in social and environmental impact
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Duke University + JSiE 

JSiE signed an MoU with Duke University’s Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE). The MoU calls for JSiE to "provide advisory support to the development of content for a global online training series on impact measurement and management as it relates to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through impact investing." 

Duke, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Impact Management Project (IMP), aims to create a massive open online course (MOOC) on the online learning platform, Coursera

The Impact Management Project (IMP) is a forum for building global consensus on how to measure, report, compare and improve impact performance. The IMP Structured Network comprises organisations that are working together to coordinate standards of impact measurement and management. They include organizations like the OECD, IFC, PRI, Global Impact Investing Council, the United Nations Global Compact, among other esteemed institutions.

The MoU calls for JSiE’s participation in "an academic association of researchers and practitioners from 10-15 global academic institutions, formally called the Impact Measurement and Management Online Training Academic Working Group." 

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