This is the first in a series of articles created specifically for venture and private equity fund managers operating in the impact investing space to highlight best practices and help demystify what it means to… Read more »
June 29, 2022
March 25, 2022
RPCK is excited to launch our new RPCK Game Changers Series celebrating the work of inspiring leaders and innovators that are leading the way when it comes to using the power of multiple bottom-line investing… Read more »
November 24, 2021
Innovative Fund Formation – RPCK Advised fair-finance on the Establishment of the First Social Entrepreneurship Fund in Austria
In cooperation with the law firm RPCK Rastegar Panchal, fair-finance has formed the first social entrepreneurship fund in Austria. The aim of the fund is to provide capital for business models with a socially responsible… Read more »
October 20, 2021
by Tom Scriven For the last ten years, I’ve encountered both the promise and complexities of investing in African businesses. At RPCK Rastegar Panchal, I am legal counsel to firms tapping into the investment and… Read more »
March 19, 2021
There are lots of reasons to be excited about the growing interest in worker ownership models as discussed in the insightful piece by Marjorie Kelly and Diane Ives in yesterday’s ImpactAlpha. Worker cooperatives have a… Read more »
February 2, 2021
How Debt Finance Is Driving Capital to the Front Lines of the COVID-19 Response in Africa (Part 1 of 3)
RPCK’s Heather Eisenlord discusses how impact investors are increasingly turning to private debt as a way to mobilize capital to health care facilities, providers, and suppliers.
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic broke, impact investors have sought ways to mobilize capital to those on the front lines of the pandemic, and increasingly, private debt is a tool that they have utilized to get capital flowing to health care facilities, providers, and suppliers.