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Impact Investing Emerges as a Distinct Asset Class 2010.12.05

New York, USA - November 29, 2010 - Report by J.P. Morgan and the Rockefeller Foundation assesses expected and realized returns using data collected by the Global Impact Investing Network from more than 1,000 impact investments. Report estimates an investment opportunity between $400 billion and $1 trillion with profit potential between $183 billion and $667 billion over the next decade in five sectors - affordable urban housing, rural access to clean water, maternal health, primary education, and microfinance - serving global populations earning less than $3,000 annually.

Judith Rodin, PhD, President of the Rockefeller Foundation.
Courtesy of Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
 

New York, USA - November 29, 2010

Impact investment, which is intended to create positive social or environmental impact beyond financial return, constitutes a new asset class, according to a report by J.P. Morgan and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Impact investments
are typically made in private markets by providing debt or equity to mission-driven businesses.
Impact investing has gained traction among a wide range of investors, including large-scale financial institutions, pension funds, family offices, private wealth managers, foundations, individuals, commercial banks, and development finance institutions.

Photo: J.P. Morgan
 
"In 2007, J.P. Morgan launched its Social Finance business to provide capital, financial services, and research to the growing market for investments and businesses creating positive social impact," said Nick O'Donohoe, Global Head of Research for J.P. Morgan and co-author of the report.
"Since that time, we've seen the impact investment market gain significant momentum with the entry of greater numbers of mainstream investors. The development of uniquely skilled professionals and intermediaries, specialized industry associations and networks, and standardized metrics points to the emergence of impact investments as a burgeoning asset class in its own right."

The Global Impact Investing Network was conceived in October 2007, when the Rockefeller Foundation gathered a small group of investors to discuss the needs of the emergent impact investing industry.
Photo: The Global Impact Investing Network
 
"Government funding, international aid and philanthropy alone are insufficient to solve the world's most challenging problems," said Rockefeller Foundation President Dr. Judith Rodin.
"This is why the Rockefeller Foundation has committed $38.5 million to both standardize and harness the power of the impact investing industry - to help support the world's poorest and most vulnerable citizens by enabling investors to direct their resources toward multiple bottom-line returns and social good. This report highlights an important milestone in the growth of the industry as impact investing has evolved into an asset class, indicating an opportunity for the capital markets to create investment vehicles that enable both social and financial returns and create an avenue to direct more dollars toward helping those most in need."

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of JP Morgan Chase.
Courtesy of JP Morgan Chase
 
The report, titled Impact Investments: An Emerging Asset Class, also includes the first large-scale data analysis of return expectations and, when available, realized returns for impact investments.

The analysis shows that investors have broad expectations for impact investment financial returns, ranging from concessionary to market-beating.
For those impact investments with realized returns, actual earnings were in line with return expectations.

Photo: J.P. Morgan
 
The analysis was done by J.P. Morgan and relied on data collected by the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) from more than 1,000 impact investments.
The GIIN
is a nonprofit industry organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.

"For quite some time, a diverse set of investors have targeted positive social and environmental impact with their investments. Recognizing impact investing as an asset class engages an even larger group of investors," said Amit Bouri, Director of Strategy and Development at the GIIN.
"We hope this analysis provides the necessary catalyst for investors who are interested in impact investing, but have been hesitant to act so far."

Photo: JP Morgan Chase
 
The report also estimates significant market opportunity for impact investment over the next ten years.
After analyzing selected segments of five sectors - affordable urban housing, rural access to clean water, maternal health, primary education, and microfinance - serving the population at the "base of the economic pyramid," the authors estimate a potential investment opportunity between $400 billion and $1 trillion with potential profits between $183 billion and $667 billion in the next decade for just these segments of the impact investing market.


About J.P. Morgan


J.P. Morgan is the investment banking arm of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.1 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries.

 
 
JPMorgan Chase
is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity.

The firm serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands.

Information about J.P. Morgan is available at
www.jpmorgan.com  


About The Rockefeller Foundation


The Rockefeller Foundation fosters innovative solutions to many of the world's most pressing challenges, affirming its mission, since 1913, to "promote the well-being" of humanity.
Today, the Foundation works to ensure that more people can tap into the benefits of globalization while strengthening resilience to its risks.

 
 
Foundation initiatives
include efforts to mobilize an agricultural revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa, bolster economic security for American workers, inform equitable, sustainable transportation policies in the United States, ensure access to affordable and high-quality health systems in developing countries, accelerate the impact investing industry's evolution, and develop strategies and services that help vulnerable communities cope with the impacts of climate change.

For more information, please visit
www.rockefellerfoundation.org  


About the Global Impact Investing Network


The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.

 
 
The GIIN
builds critical infrastructure and supports activities, education, and research that help accelerate the development of a coherent impact investing industry.
This work is informed by the GIIN Investors' Council, a diverse membership group comprised of leading impact investors.

To serve the needs of the greater impact investing community, the GIIN is also overseeing the development of IRIS, a common vocabulary and framework for measuring and reporting the social and environmental performance of impact investments, and is launching ImpactBase, a database of impact investment funds designed to reduce search and transaction costs across the impact investing industry.

For more information, please visit
www.thegiin.org  

SOURCE:
http://investor.shareholder.com/jpmorganchase/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=533429  


Nick O’Donohoe

Global Head of Research for J.P. Morgan

Nick O'Donohoe, Global Head of Research for J.P. Morgan and co-author of the report.
Photo: J.P. Morgan
 
Nick O’Donohoe is Global Head of Research at the Investment Bank responsible for Equity, Credit, Rates and Economic research worldwide.
He is also a member of the Global Investment Banking Management Committee and Executive Committee.

Nick joined J.P. Morgan in 1996 as Head of European Equity Sales and moved to head of European Equity Research in 1999.
In 2000 he assumed overall responsibility for European Cash Equities and following the merger with Chase, he became Head of Cash Equities for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Nick was appointed Global Head of Equity Research in 2001 and assumed his current position in February 2005.

Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Nick spent 9 years working for the Zurich branch of Goldman Sachs, first in Institutional Sales and later as Resident Manager.
He transferred to the Equity Capital Markets group in London in 1991 and moved to Goldman Sachs Asset Management in 1993 where he became Head of International Marketing in 1995.


Judith Rodin, PhD

President of the Rockefeller Foundation

Judith Rodin, PhD, President of the Rockefeller Foundation.
Courtesy of the Rockefeller Foundation
 
Dr. Judith Rodin has been president of the Rockefeller Foundation since 2005.
She was previously president of the University of Pennsylvania, the first woman to lead an Ivy League institution, and provost of Yale University.

During Dr. Rodin’s first four years at the Foundation, she recalibrated its focus for the 21st century.
Today, the Foundation helps ensure that more people can tap into the benefits of globalization while developing stronger resilience in the face of risks, affirming its mission, since 1913, to promote the well-being of humanity.

Foundation initiatives include efforts to mobilize an agricultural revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa, bolster economic security for American workers, inform more equitable, sustainable transportation policies in the United States, ensure access to affordable, high-quality health systems in developing countries, and help vulnerable communities cope with the impacts of climate change.

Dr. Rodin is the first woman to serve as the Foundation's president in its 96 year history.

At the University of Pennsylvania, she presided over an unprecedented decade of growth and progress that transformed the institution, its campus, and community.
Under her leadership, Penn doubled its research funding and tripled both its annual fundraising and the size of its endowment.
It engineered a comprehensive, award-winning, and internationally acclaimed neighborhood revitalization program in West Philadelphia.
The university also attracted record numbers of undergraduate applicants, welcoming its most selective classes in history, while climbing from 16th to fourth in the leading national rankings.

In 2004, Dr. Rodin received both the Philadelphia Award and William Penn Award.
In 2006, she was awarded the Pennsylvania Society’s Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement.
She was the first person to receive all three awards, a recognition of her tremendous impact on the city and commonwealth.

At Yale University, Dr. Rodin chaired the Department of Psychology and served as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences before becoming Provost.
As a faculty member for 22 years, she helped pioneer the fields of behavioral medicine and health psychology.
She is widely recognized for her ground-breaking research in obesity, eating disorders, aging, and women’s health - work that earned her both the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Early Career Award in 1977 and its Distinguished Lifetime Contribution Award in 2005.

She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Philosophical Society, and Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.

She participates in the annual World Economic Forum and serves on several boards, including those of the Brookings Institution, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, Global Humanitarian Forum (founded by Kofi Annan), and Clinton Global Initiative’s poverty alleviation track. She is also a director of AMR Corporation, Citigroup Inc. and Comcast.

Dr. Rodin graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, earned her Ph.D. from Columbia University, and has since received 17 honorary doctorate degrees.
She has authored more than 200 academic articles and has written or co-written 12 books, including her most recent, “The University & Urban Renewal: Out of the Ivory Tower and Into the Streets”.

http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/about-us/our-team/judith-rodin-phd  


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