Learn about impact investing
Community trust focused on community welfare in the Bay of Plenty area of New Zealand. The trust manages over $250m of investment capital with 10% of this capital targeted for impact investments and impact loans and the proceeds from all investments directed to community grants, impact loans and impact investments.
is investing with the intention to generate positive, measurable social, cultural, or environmental impact alongside a financial return.
What makes impact investing different?
Impact investors’ intention to create specific social,
environmental, or cultural outcomes from their investment.
Requires a clear process and framework in place to measure the impact performance of the investment.
Distinguishes impact investment from philanthropy as investors seek commercial returns from their investment.