Using Financial Innovation to Meet ESG Goals
Increasing regulation, shareholder activism, and customer demand are forcing corporations to set bolder environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. IFC enables corporations to do well by doing good through the deployment of full spectrum capital, financial innovation, and impact investing.
Discover Full Spectrum Capital
Open your mind to the spectrum of capital offerings. Encompassing philanthropy and market-rate investments, we teach capital solutions from -100% financial return to market rate financial returns.
Achieve Climate Goals Faster and More Effectively
Learn how to use financial innovation and impact investing to map sources and uses of capital, both within and outside the organization, to minimize or mitigate your carbon footprint.
Attract and Retain a Diverse Workforce
Build an understanding of the financial products you can deploy to attract and retain a diverse workforce by refinancing debt, increasing wages, and providing wealth-building opportunities via asset ownership.
Change Starts with You
Corporations are uniquely positioned to tackle the challenges that we can no longer ignore.
Whether it is outlined in your company’s goals or you personally want to effect change, it is time to take action.
You have resources to deploy. We have tools to deploy them. Working together, we can create innovative solutions to tackle the problems you have set out to solve.
Retaining a diverse workforce, fighting for climate change, or supporting suppliers’ sustainability efforts, your journey starts now.
Explore Corporate Financial Innovation
Corporate Climate Equity Cohort
We convene industry leaders to learn about full spectrum capital, financial innovation, and impact investing through a series of courses. Together, cohort participants develop innovative solutions to their problems.
We teach corporate teams about full spectrum capital, financial innovation, and impact investing through custom courses. Teams work across departments using their new-found knowledge to combine resources and solve common objectives.
Impact Investing Institute
We produce virtual courses that match your schedule. Learn about full spectrum capital, financial innovation, and impact investing, and how to apply these concepts.
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Step 1 – IDENTIFY
Brainstorm the problems your corporation wants to help solve.
How do you want to lead your industry?
What initiatives do you want to be known for?
What lasting impact does your company want to lead?
What type of change do you want to be in our world?
Step 2 – EDUCATE
Connect with us to learn about full spectrum capital, innovative finance, and impact investing through a series of tailored courses.
Step 3 – ACTIVATE
Apply your new-found tools, skills, and mindset. Be excited to see your company’s mission realized.
Our Love Letters
“Watching Stephanie map an overview of the diverse strategies and creative possibilities for moving money towards positive impact, was by far the best, most action-packed, cogent, eye-opening presentation and overview of the field that I have ever experienced. Talk to Stephanie. Book her to speak to your group. Encourage her to write a book, do video training, or clone herself. You will be doing a great service for the world. Her presentation of the comprehensive strategies available to influence and leverage capital for the betterment of communities and issues will give rich dividends. Put on your seatbelt!”
Chair-Renewal Funds, Author-“The Clean Money Revolution”
“It’s super rare to get world-class portfolio advice from someone who doesn’t have their hand in your pocket. It’s rarer to get a whole new framework for thinking about donations and philanthropic work. Rarest of all is a combination of clear next steps and the challenge to take action. Stephanie Gripne and John O’Halloran of the Impact Finance Center deliver a trifecta.”
“I have attended a lot of academic talks and yours has, in a sense, been one of the most transformative for me. I never envisioned looking at investments in the way that you explained so clearly, and I am looking at my future proposals in a different light.”