Integral Impact Investments (I3)

Integral Impact Investments (I3) : Building and navigating a full-spectrum systems approach to investing

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Impact is widely touted as the key driver to implement the 17 UN SGDs. But much work needs to be done. For starters we need to dynamically co-create and develop our own capacities and our organisations so that we can build a sustainable, effective architecture.

This book is about redesigning our self, our institutions, our economy, our system of finance, and what we mean by investment so that we can build that architecture. It is a book that I spent a lifetime writing, a book that took me on a fascinating journey-a journey that I'm happy to share with you.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 678 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 38mm | 980g
  • English
  • 2nd Beta ed.
  • 1913629112
  • 9781913629113
  • 1,677,770

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It is my impression after seventy years on the planet that change always begins with new insights, inspirations or imaginative visions. These are rare amongst financial professionals. Robert Dellner has the capacity to develop such world-changing concepts and the experience to back up what he knows is now possible for impact investors. This book will inspire others to integrate their visions for change in ways that work for everyone. As I complete my own next book (, I will leapfrog on this substantial piece of work with deep gratitude for a fellow traveller!

Benjamin Bingham, Founder and CEO, 3Sisters Sustainable Management, LLC, Scarab Funds, LLC and author of Making Money Matter

Robert Dellner adds an important advance to the necessary body of writing that will assist us towards a fair, clean, safe future civilization.

Joel Solomon, Renewal Funds, author of The Clean Money Revolution

Robert Dellner's An Introduction to Integral Impact Investments offers the reader a solid onramp to considerations in both thought and practice for those exploring how best to promote investing that advancing blended value through the deployment of impact capital. By linking our understanding of self with how we then come to think about organizations and companies, Dellner provides a view into not only the future of finance, but of companies and communities as well. His weaving together of considerations regarding who we are, who we hope to be and how we might structure our capital advance are important reflections for all asset owners and impact investors.

Jed Emerson, author of The Purpose of Capital: Elements of Impact, Financial Flows and Natural Being

Robert's book is a veritable tour de force, with something for every investor and entrepreneur looking at ESG, Impact, and simply making the world a better place. I found his personal journey, from growing up in an entrepreneurial Swedish family, and the tensions within the family caused by their family business, through to his decision to leave banking and focus on addressing our global challenges, gave the rest of his book a legitimacy.This legitimacy begins with how to bring your full self to work, and how vital it is to develop, in order to successfully invest with positive impact; goes through his integral framework for investing, structuring and running companies; and on to using his integral model as a lens to see what the world is, what it could be, and how to get there. In short, well worth reading.

Graham Boyd, author of Rebuild: the Economy, Leadership, and You, a toolkit for builders of a better world and founder of Evolutesix
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