Only one month after Rishi Sunak’s announcement of the UK’s first-ever Green Gilt, have the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a highly-anticipated Energy White Paper. For those of us not versed in the inner-workings of parliamentary activity;

Impact investing has become a fast-growing trend over the last few years, which is a good thing. Perspectives differ, however, on exactly what impact investing is. The most commonly accepted definition is that it seeks “positive impact alongside a financial

A recent statement from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced plans to intensify financial cooperation between Singapore and China, and green finance is at the core of these plans. This comes at a time that seems fitting. Especially

For the 2020 Top 100 Global Brands, a list derived from Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands, the goal of sustainability continues to be out of reach, despite their many claims to the contrary. This is what the findings of a

Agricultural development plays a pivotal role in addressing global poverty. Roughly 80% of the world’s poorest people—close to 650 million—live in rural areas in developing countries and rely largely on farming to make a living. This continues to hold true

Editor's Note: This article about the investment options available through Regulation A, was shared with us by Alice P. Neuhauser, CFO at Seismic. Seismic is an early-stage growth investor committed to identifying, guiding, and nurturing companies seeking to meaningfully disrupt

Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, grabbed attention on Monday, November 9th when he took to the floor of parliament to announce the new finance plans for the UK. He began by crediting the financial services industry, speaking to a new-found

On October 13th, Ravi Menon, managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, had some promising news to share. Menon took (virtual) center stage as the key-note speaker of the Financial Times ‘Investing for Good’ digital conference.  The announcement was the

From 2015 to 2020, 33 major European based Financial Institutions invested a combined total of 20 billion US$ in companies directly linked to climate-changing deforestation in Brazil. Unless Financial Institutions urgently address their role in funding deforestation, the Amazon and

Sustainability focuses on the long-term, a concern for future generations, leaving our people and planet better than it is today. The mission is crucial, but the task at hand is challenging given its complexity: sustainability encompasses a triple bottom line

A good education can be a gateway to a better quality of life for anyone if they are given the opportunity. So why is it that in today's globalized world, many children are still not being offered the same opportunities

Fasset is a company using blockchain technology for investments in sustainable infrastructures. Mohammad Raafi Hossain is the CEO of this company striving to fund real assets for the real economy in hopes of enhancing people's lives and wellbeing. I spoke

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