The future of impact investing

Get attractive returns on our cutting edge financial products

Localizing impact investment for societal change 

Exponential technologies are changing the fundamentals of society, disrupting businesses and governments. Creating investment ecosystems of sub-national

governments and societal partners is a key pathway to financing technology and innovation for SDG impact investment architecture that promotes high impact through localization and scalability.

Exponential technologies

- Automation

- Big Data

- Artificial  Inteligence

- Blockchain

Orange Economy

Venture Debt trust to support CAIAC associates thru CR Film Friendly Zone incentives alignment.

TICs

- Sofware

- APPs

- e Commerce

- Cybersecurity

- FinTech

Pharma & Biotech

- CRISPR

- Biotech

- Clinical investigation

- eHealth

Our Roadmap for Localizing SDGs

Gaia Impact´s investment strategy is based on the Principles for Responsible Investment, a UNEP Finance Initiative with the UN Global Compact.

Key to our roadmap for localizing is measuring

"purpose" as rigorously as "profit". Setting clear targets, establishing a Theory of Change, and then measure what matters.

 

Our model has five components:

- Awareness-raising and education

- Advocacy

- Implementation

- Monitoring

- Follow-up and capital exit

SNAPSHOT OF IMPACT+TECH/VC INVESTING IN LATIN AMERICA 

38

Highlighted

Impact Investors

4,7b

Impact Investments

in Latin America

72%

Co Investments

3rd

Impact + Tech

Most capitalized sector

$3,3b

Micro-finance

Our Partners

SDG_IF_White-01.png
Logo-CAMTIC-2.png
60de07ef4d23253344dd0372_Allocations_Logo_Final_3-1.png
Logo2.0.png
WhatsApp Image 2022-05-31 at 11.07_edited.jpg
synd.jpeg
giveth.png
headerlogo.png

Are you ready to make more with your investment portfolio?

Impact Investment has the capacity of offering financial returns as good as non-impact investments, with the particularity that you could receive comprehensive metrics on how your investment has lower risk associated with environmental and social contingencies. 

ESG factors can have a positive effect on corporate financial performance, with evidence showing that higher-ESG-rated companies tend to make better profits. They can also influence single-stock returns with evidence showing that shares of better ESG quality companies can perform better than inferior peers.