IFGI: A Power for Good

Investing for Global Impact (IFGI) is a leading knowledge platform to broaden understanding, identify trends and help mainstream impact investments. It provides a unique peer-to-peer benchmark for philanthropy and impact investing. We are excited that commencing in 2020, IFGI reports will be edited and prepared in partnership with Campden Wealth Ltd.

Individuals, families, family offices and foundations can utilise the report to understand the latest trends and developments through our data and case studies. We will also now provide them with the opportunity to statistically compare themselves against their peers, enabling our audience to benchmark either their current or desired activities against different geographies, projects, and approaches.

The 8th Investing for Global Impact survey has now closed

With 302 participants in 2020, Investing for Global Impact is the largest global study of impact investing and philanthropy amongst individuals, family offices and foundations. Thank you to those that completed the survey, we look forward to producing our 2021 report for you to enjoy.

IFGI 2020 Report and Insights

IFGI - A Power for Good 2020

There is little doubt that 2020 was a challenging year. In the midst of a global pandemic, social uprisings, and a climate change emergency, this study puts the role and responsibility of private wealth into focus. With impact investing being one of the most visible and dynamic sectors in the investment industry, the Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good research provides valuable insights on opportunities and challenges ahead.

Previous Reports

The first six IFGI reports (2014 – 2019) were published in partnership with the Financial Times. Use the form below to download the previous reports.

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Additional Resources:

Full list of 2014 – 2019 case studies.
2018 Report: Fifth Anniversary Highlights