We work in partnership with a wide range of for-profit and not-for-profit clients, ranging from those who wish to more precisely reflect their values, or giving programs, within their investment portfolio to those looking to develop customized investment or philanthropic strategies to drive specific social or environmental change.

Our clients include family offices, corporates, foundations, endowments, charities, development finance institutions, and investment funds and managers looking to adopt values-based or impact investment strategies.

Institutional Investors

Department for International Development (DFID)

The Department for International Development (DFID) is a ministerial department in the UK that works towards initiatives which include ending extreme poverty, creating jobs and supporting the potential of women and children. IIP was engaged to provide advisory services through the identification of investment opportunities with a focus on serving the poor as consumers in underserved Indian markets.


Actis is a leading private equity firm focused on investments in emerging markets, with $5 billion of capital under management and over 100 investment professionals located in nine countries. Actis promotes responsible investment and world class standards across the realm of health, safety, social and environmental change, and invests with ‘the positive power of capital’ in mind.

IIP worked with Actis to develop an impact assessment framework for its global healthcare strategies. IIP worked within Actis objectives to develop a customised impact measurement tool that monitors key non-financial drivers from the hospital, pharmaceutical and medical devices sectors within healthcare.

Investors Circle

Investors’ Circle is the largest and most active early-stage impact investing network. Together with hundreds of angels, venture capitalists, foundations and family offices, they have propelled nearly $200 million into over 300 enterprises dedicated to improving the environment, education, health and community.


Ennovent is a global innovation company working with a range of clients including entrepreneurs, mentors, investors, foundations, development agencies,CSR departments, NGOs and companies. The firm works with a global community to help clients accelerate innovations for sustainability in low-income markets in developing countries. Through research, advisory and implementation services, they discover the best innovations, support their startup in new markets, secure finance by facilitating investments and scale innovations to grow profit and impact.


USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential. USAID extends help from the American people to achieve results for the poorest  and most vulnerable around the world.
USAID invests in ideas that work to improve the lives of millions of men, women and children by: Investing in agricultural productivity so countries can feed their people; combating maternal and child mortality and deadly diseases like  HIV, malaria and tuberculosis; providing life-saving assistance in the wake of disaster; promoting democracy, human rights and good governance around the world; fostering private sector development and sustainable economic growth;
helping communities adapt to a changing environment and elevating the role of women and girls.


Founded in 1948, CDC is the UK’s Development Finance Institution (DFI) wholly owned by the UK Government. It is the world’s oldest DFI with a history of making successful investments in businesses which have become industry leaders thereby having enormous impact on the private sector in their country and region as well as improving the lives of many, many individuals.
CDC’s mission is to support the building of businesses throughout Africa and South Asia, to create jobs and make a lasting difference to people's lives in some of the world’s poorest places. 

CDC’s portfolio of investments is valued at £3.4bn (year end 2014) and includes 1,331 investee businesses. Last year these companies together employed over 1,100,000 people and paid £1.5bn in local taxes.