Two years after becoming one of the founding signatories of the Operating Principles for Impact Management, Incofin is happy to release the 2021 update of its annual disclosure statement. This statement re-affirms the alignment of Incofin’s impact management systems with the nine Principles and reflects the continuous enhancements made to our processes. With 132 signatories to date, we are proud to contribute to promoting the highest impact standards within the industry. Our disclosure statement applies to our proprietary funds – namely Incofin cvso, agRIF, RIF II, IIFF and FAF – with a total AUM of USD 431 million as of December 31st, 2020.
Incofin has been selected for three consecutive years to be on the IA50 list: top 50 impact investment fund managers in the world.
Cerise, a non-profit service provider that works to promote ethical and responsible finance, has developed the most widely recognized social audit tool in the financial inclusion industry (SPI4).
Incofin is also a founding member of the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), a non-profit organisation dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.
Incofin is a founding signatory for the Principles for Investors in Inclusive Finance (PIIF) and actively contributes to the furtherance of their objectives through annual reporting.
The Social Performance Task Force unites organizations representing all facets of the microfinance industry in order to establish best practices for social performance management and reporting. Incofin was a founding partner and still actively participated in the Social Investors’ working group.