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ImpactPHL Perspectives is a multi-part series which explores the many facets of the impact economy in Greater Philadelphia from the perspectives of its doers, movers, shakers and agents of change. It is a project of ImpactPHL, an impact investing advocacy organization comprised of Philadelphia venture capitalists, business leaders, nonprofits, academics, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.

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We need to revisit the small business lending process for women entrepreneurs access

Sep. 30, 2020 7:42 am

We need to revisit the small business lending process for women entrepreneurs

Less than 5% of small biz lending goes to women. Catherine Berman, CEO of CNote, shares insight into one effort to do better in measuring risk for those entrepreneurs and financially underserved communities.
The impact-efficient frontier: Integrating values into investment decisions has multiple benefits growth

Sep. 11, 2020 7:07 am

The impact-efficient frontier: Integrating values into investment decisions has multiple benefits

It is a worthy exercise to screen out securities based upon business activities or hiring practices that are inconsistent with an investors’ belief system, writes Permit Capital Advisors Co–CEO and CIO Adam Landau.
Assets no more: On racial justice risks in municipal bonds civic

Aug. 5, 2020 9:27 am

Assets no more: On racial justice risks in municipal bonds

"As the Movement for Black Lives advances, the assets of the criminal injustice complex — such as jail infrastructure and extractive revenues — will evaporate, leaving behind only liabilities and expenses."
A guide to investing for racial equity access

Jul. 1, 2020 2:28 pm

A guide to investing for racial equity

"It’s time to 'own what we own' and align all of our actions and our assets with the world that we want to see — a world that is just and inclusive," writes Nia Global Solutions' Kristin Hull.
To lessen the impacts of COVID-19, adopt a small business growth

Jun. 11, 2020 4:50 pm

To lessen the impacts of COVID-19, adopt a small business

"The more businesses we can support this way, the faster we can restore our local economies and communities," writes Michael H. Shuman of the D.C.-based Neighborhood Associates Corporation.

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