NCIF social performance metrics:increasing the flow of investments in distressed neighborhoods through community development banking institutions
Is it possible to develop a practical methodology that differentiates community development banking institutions from all other banks and thrifts? Can we create a direct correlation between a bank’s community development activities and the level of investor support that it receives, resulting in a “reward” tied to the developmental impact of these institutions? Can we actually measure this social return for investors and stakeholders and combine social return with financial return to generate a total return that is higher than the total return achieved from mainstream investments?
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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