Social Impact Investing: HIP Impact Model





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Published on Mar 2, 2012

Paul Herman, from HIP Investors, discusses the criteria, from health to equality, evaluated under the HIP Impact Model and suggests a future where both asset and impact allocations are a part of your portfolio.

"Social Impact Investing: A Roadmap" (Jan 30, 2012)
Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership, Haas School of Business

Explore the rapidly growing field of Social Impact Investing. Individuals driven to have a positive social impact in the world have long sought an investment avenue to supplement traditional philanthropy. The panel discussed the development of social impact investing as an accepted financial vehicle with implications for investors, social enterprises, wealth managers, and socially minded corporations.

Featured Speakers:

Kim Laughton (Moderator) - President, Schwab Charitable
Benjamin E. Allen - Director of Research & Portfolio Manager, Parnassus Mid-Cap Fund
Ron Cordes - Co-Chairman, Genworth Financial
John Goldstein - Co-Founder & Managing Director, Imprint Capital Advisors
R. Paul Herman - CEO & Founder, HIP Investor, Inc.

Handouts and full-length video from the event: http://bit.ly/wmBcVi

About CNPL: The Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, seeks to inspire the next generation of leaders to create and seize opportunities to achieve social impact across sectors. (http://bit.ly/haas-cnpl)


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