IRI Events Anthology

by Annie Olszewski on October 27, 2014

As an applied research institution, engaging key stakeholders and practitioners involved in responsible investment is crucial to the mission of the Initiative for Responsible Investment (IRI). Convenings hosted by the IRI have explored a range of responsible investment theories, processes, and existing projects. This empirical and practical approach to research taken by the IRI is […]

With fall in full swing, the IRI team looks back at our work over the past few months. We launched a report on¬†Impact Investing in Development Finance¬†Institutions, which provides insight to how a range of DFIs self-define their work in the impact investing space, a first step in a larger project exploring the actual and […]

Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) exist with the stated purpose to provide crucial financing to developing countries. These institutions, created solely for the purpose of promoting development in emerging and frontier markets, present a seemingly obvious starting point for growing the impact investing space, not only in these emerging market economies, but among institutional investors at […]