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  1. More for Mission 3iG Mission Investing Presentation February 18, 2010 Lisa Hagerman,PhD Director, More for Mission

  2. Institutional Investors and Targeted Investing • Investors: Foundations, banks, public pension funds, insurance companies, faith-based organizations • Language: Economically targeted investments, emerging domestic markets, double/triple bottom line, responsible investing, impact investing, mission investing • Driven by investor intent, rationale based on purpose, mission and fiduciary duty of institutional investor

  3. What is Mission Investing? • Seeking opportunities to align a foundation’s financial investments with the mission of the organization, while maintaining long-term targeted financial returns. • Comes in various labels: • Program Related Investments (PRIs) - create specific program goals • Market-rate investments (MRIs) - broadly support program goals • Sustainable Screens on public equities • Shareholder Advocacy

  4. Mission investing from concept to execution • Board’s comfort level with the philosophy of aligning investments with the mission of the organization. • 2. Defining Goals: What counts as mission investing for your organization? Importance of an internal mission investing policy statement. • 3. Setting asset class parameters in line with strategic portfolio asset allocations. 4. Organization’s capacity to execute on a mission investing strategy.

  5. Integrated Approach: KL Felicitas Foundation (www.klfelicitasfoundation.org)

  6. MARY REYNOLDS BABCOCK FOUNDATION MISSION INVESTING CONTINUUM Below-Market Investments (PRIs) Private Equity Public Equity Fixed Income Cash Guarantees Cash Subordinated Loans Senior Loans Grant Support Equity Market-Rate Investments Meritus Ventures SJF MACED, MountainBizCapital, Natural Capital Investment Fund National Federation of CDCUs, Deposits in 1 bank and 5 credit unions Community Capital Management Latino Community Credit Union Adapted from F.B. Heron Foundation 4/09

  7. Barriers to Mission Investing • Board risk aversion, perception of fiduciary duty, no guiding mission investing policy • Traditional view that foundation seeks to outperform market with 95% and create high impact through grants • Generations may come to mission investing from different perspectives • Investment Officers and Program Officers working in silos • Gatekeepers unfamiliarity with investment intermediaries and concept of mission investing

  8. More Information • More for Mission: http://www.moreformission.org • Contact: lisa.hagerman@bc.edu