Declaration on Impact-Oriented Finance: Signatories Doubled in One Year to 43 Institutions

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Declaration on Impact-Oriented Finance: Signatories Doubled in One Year to 43 Institutions
Under the declaration, impact investment and loan balance 3,850 billion yen Acceleration of impact-oriented financial management, establishment of 7 subcommittees

In November 2021, 21 financial institutions signed the Declaration on Impact-Oriented Finance (Secretariat: Social Innovation Foundation, hereinafter “SIIF”). The Financial Oriented Declaration Progress Report 2022″ (hereinafter referred to as the “Progress Report”) was published today.
The Declaration on Impact-Oriented Finance aims at efforts to expand the quality and quantity of individual financial institutions’ impact finance, as well as management efforts to permeate impact-oriented finance throughout the operations of financial institutions. In this progress report, if a signatory institution has “intention” and “strategy” but does not implement “measurement” (vertical axis 0), it will have “intention” and “strategy” and measure outcomes. (vertical axis 1), and “management” for impact creation in addition to measurement (vertical axis 2). The latter two (vertical axis 1+2) As a result of calculating impact investment and financing, the total impact investment balance as of the end of September 2022 by 38 signatories (6 undisclosed, 1 unlisted institution) will be 3.85 trillion yen.
Total: 3,850,027 million yen
   Environment: 1,948,138 million yen
   Society: 409,671 million yen
  Environment & Society: 1,492,218 million yen
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In addition, Mr. Kanai, Fellow of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings, Inc., who serves as a steering committee member, is committed to impact-oriented financial management (management efforts to permeate impact-oriented finance throughout the operations of financial institutions), which is the principle of this Declaration on Impact-Oriented Finance. Tsukasa, Resona Asset Management Co., Ltd. Executive Officer Minoru Matsubara, Advisor Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi, President of Takasaki City University of Economics, Secretariat SIIF Executive Officer Masaaki Amma, and Impact Officer Yuka Ogasawara. ,” and 16 financial institutions introduce their impact-oriented financial management initiatives.
In addition, seven subcommittees launched in June 2022, half a year after its inauguration: Definitions and Inclusion Criteria, Impact Measurement and Management (IMM), Social Indicators, Asset Owners and Asset Management, Regional Finance, and Ventures The progress of “Capital” and “Overseas collaboration” is posted.
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“Impact-Driven Finance Declaration” website:
https://www.impact-driven-finance-initiative.com/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000063.000049509.html

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