We are pleased to announce our June Impact Newsletter. This newsletter comes at challenging times for our partners and end clients. Times during which we at Incofin stand side by side with our investees, times in which we are providing adequate support to our clients to maintain, and even expand, our impact.
Incofin commits as signatory to the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Operating Principles for Impact Management. The nine principles aim to set a global standard for impact management. Incofin’s investment strategy is for example aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The nine principles we are endorsing:
Define strategic impact objective(s), consistent with the investment strategy
Manage strategic impact on a portfolio basis
Establish the manager’s contribution to the achievement of impact
Assess the expected impact of each investment, based on a systematic approach
Assess, address, monitor and manage potential negative impacts of each investment
Monitor the progress of each investment in achieving impact against expectations and respond appropriately
Conduct exits considering the effect on sustained impact
Review, document, and improve decisions and processes based on the achievement of impact and lessons learned
Publicly disclose alignment with the Principles and provide regular independent verification of the alignment
For the full statement on the IFC Operating Principle :
Incofin is pleased to publish the Incofin Investment Management 2018-2019 Impact Report. We are proud to share with you our many examples of Incofin’s best impact practices and demonstrate how our company is actively pursuing its impact mandate, with the support of our advisors and investors and thanks to our investees working everyday to positively impact the lives of their clients.
Incofin is pleased to announce the third edition of its Impact Newsletter.
We are convinced that in order to build sustainable businesses, managing social performance the same way we manage financial performance makes good business sense. This enables institutions to better understand the needs of their clients and to be more results and outcomes oriented, leading to increased business performance.