We are delighted to announce that as part of the Impact Investing Days in San Francisco, Toniic, a global action community for deeper impact investing, has offered to facilitate a workshop with selected academics curious about working with Toniic's T100 dataset. Interested scholars are invited to apply for this unique opportunity via the following link: https://lnkd.in/d-Gz2jVM.
In order to improve your chances of being accepted into the development workshop, please outline your current state of research in relation to impact investing and indicate what type of research questions you would like to address with the T100 dataset (see description of the T100 dataset below). Participants in the workshop will have to be registered for the Impact Investing Days (access the full conference programme here: https://www.tilmeld.dk/iid2024). Application for the workshop will close on the 12th February although due to limited seats we recommend to apply earlier.What is Toniic's T100 project? Toniic's members, from more than 25 countries, share a vision of a global financial system creating positive social and environmental impact. More than half of Toniic members are also members of the Toniic 100% Network. These investors have committed to deploying 100% of investments in an investment portfolio toward deeper positive net impact. They also commit to sharing their data with the T100 Project; we have over 200 memberships, and our goal is for at least 100 to contribute a portfolio to the dataset. The T100 Project is a longitudinal study of investment portfolios 100% activated towards deeper positive net impact in every asset class. Insights of this research are shared in publicly accessible reports, investor case studies, and a public database of over 1,600 impactful investments.T100's mission is to help build the field of impact investing for the public at large through:- Inspiring investors to build deep impact portfolios across asset classes- Activating intermediaries to produce more impact products and services- Empowering the research community with necessary investor dataWho leads the T100 consortium? Since 2018, the project has had a formal partnership with the Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth (CSP) at the University of Zurich, who leads our consortium of academic researchers using data from the project. Learn more about the project at www.toniic.com/t100.Information about the data contributors: Data from this project has been collected from private wealth holders, primarily individuals, family offices, and foundations with a median portfolio size in the range of $10 and $30 million USD. They share holding-level financial and impact information about their portfolio (example fields below), and also fill out a survey.