The Impact Exchange was launched on June 14. As the first
platform solely for social enterprises to raise capital, it
represents a new opportunity for impact investors.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) have been
buzzwords for investors the last few years, with private equity
giants taking them into account when making investment
decisions. But impact investing has been slower to develop, as
tax structures and exit strategies have posed legal
On May 6, Impact Investment Exchange Asia (IIX) took over
the cooperative management of the Impact Exchange with the
Stock Exchange of Mauritius (SEM) from Nexii. Like AIM in
London, the Impact Exchange is...