GII launches gender equality fund with blue-chip partners including UNICEF and UN Women

Global Impact Initiative (GII) is the only Impact Investing business in the world that is acknowledged as a United Nations LEAD company and its mission is to bring purpose to capital by balancing purpose with performance. GII is partnering with a number of governments as well as the corporate, investor and Not for Profit sectors. GII works across impact areas of Gender Equality, Indigenous Communities, Health, Housing and Climate.

GII has recently launched the world’s first, actively managed impact fund for Women and Girls. Gender equality is long overdue, and this investment solution will enable investors to utilise investment capital to deliver empowerment for women in the workforce and better outcomes for girls health, education, nutrition and social and economic empowerment. The fund has partnered with Robeco, Grameen, Malala Fund, UN Women, UNICEF and World Vision to accelerate social impact for women and girls. This innovative, impactful fund is available as an Australian Fund and a Dublin based UCITs and the minimum investment is only $5,000. 

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About The Company

Global Impact Initiative (GII) creates Impact Investments; seeking both a positive financial return and a positive social impact for its clients and stakeholders. The business works with Sovereign wealth funds, central banks, insurance companies, corporations, pension plans, endowments, foundations, family offices, private banks and retail investors to create bespoke investment solutions in partnership with some of the world’s largest and most successful organisations. These strategies map the United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals. GII believes that a structured, systematic and results orientated approach leads to profitable and sustainable change. The business works under five key pillars of Gender Equality, Indigenous Communities, Health, Affordable Housing and Climate.

In September 2019, GII was announced as one of the thirty-six (36) Global Compact LEAD companies, recognized for their high levels of engagement in the United Nations Global Compact.

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