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Global Impact Investing Network

The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) is dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing around the world. It builds critical infrastructure and supports activities, education, and research that help accelerate the development of a coherent impact investing industry.

Through its work with C3, the GIIN aims to facilitate investors’ ability to deploy catalytic mechanisms that are structured in a strategic and sustained manner, thereby unlocking greater capital for market-based solutions to global challenges. Specifically, the project will focus on the use of risk-mitigating instruments in climate-related investments in emerging markets.

Among key activities, the GIIN will build the knowledge base and insights on catalytic capital structures utilized by institutional asset owners and used to attract more capital to impact investing. It will engage institutional asset owners and catalytic capital providers to elicit insights on their experiences, while facilitating interactions among investors across the capital spectrum. And it will leverage the output and learnings of the project to deepen industry dialogue on how different types of catalytic instruments can be used in various issue areas and encourage others to take on similar efforts.

“As global crises mount, impact investing—and particularly, investors leveraging catalytic capital—must play an even greater role in helping to address the world’s most pressing challenges,” said Amit Bouri, Co-Founder and CEO of the Global Impact Investing Network. 

“The Catalytic Capital Consortium’s support will play a critical role in helping the Global Impact Investing Network explore the ways that catalytic capital can amplify the effectiveness of impact investing. This funding also helps to unlock emerging investment models that will extend the reach of the industry’s impact. In particular, we are incredibly excited to study practices among institutional asset owners in the deployment of catalytic capital in the realm of climate solutions.”

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