PCV InSight is a thought leadership practice that provides non-financial performance evaluation and policy research services to people trying to solve social problems through business. We work with some of the most prominent investment and philanthropic institutions in the United States to develop the field of impact investing through both research on impact investing and small business needs and development, and evaluation of non-financial impacts.
Investigating best industry practices and providing tools for understanding the critical steps in scaling social impact investing.
Providing rigorous and customized tracking and reporting of social and economic impacts.
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December 05, 2013
PCV helps launch a new initative to spread knowledge about social impact investing. Read more!
November 14, 2013
Brenna McCallick provides a recap of the Impact Investing 2.0 launch at the World Economic Forum offices in New York City.
November 07, 2013
Read Ben Thornley's latest Huffington Post blog on PCV's new report "Impact Investion 2.0: The Way Forward - Insight from 12 Outstanding Funds"
December 12, 2013
December 13, 2013
November 07, 2013
“Impact Investing 2.0: The Way Forward – Insight from 12 Outstanding Funds”, created in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University and Impact Assets, identifies twelve high-performing funds that have seen both financial and social returns on their investments. This report is designed to be a resource for the broad community interested in the future of impact investing, but especially for impact investing practitioners – those fund managers, investors, entrepreneurs, policymakers and advisors creating and managing new and existing funds and working hard to achieve successful social and financial performance.
August 27, 2013
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The Global Impact Investing Policy Project is a collaboration between InSight and the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard University, funded by The Rockefeller Foundation, exploring the role of public policy in impact investing. The objective of the project is to support stakeholders from the government, research, investment and related communities in designing policies that lead to more robust and effective impact investing markets.