European Venture Philanthropy Association

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ABN AMRO Private Banking

Website: www.abnamroprivatebanking.com

ABN AMRO Private Banking is the international wealth-management division of ABN AMRO Bank with €164 billion of total assets under management, offering more than 120,000 high-net-worth individuals a full range of banking, investment management, financial and estate planning products an...

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Absolute Return for Kids (ARK)

Website: www.arkonline.org
Sector Focus: Children/Youth, Education/research, health

ARK is an international organisation whose purpose is to transform children’s lives. Originally set up by leaders of the alternative investment industry, it delivers high social returns on our philanthropy, leveraging intellectual, financial and political investment. ARK is headqu...

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Actis

Website: www.act.is

Actis is a leading investor in emerging markets, investing exclusively in emerging Asia, Africa and Latin America for more than 60 years. Actis has specialist teams dedicated to private equity, real estate and energy with a track record built on growth capital and leadership investing ...

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Acumen Fund

Website: http://www.acumenfund.org/ten/
Sector Focus: Development/housing, Education/research, environment, health, social services, cleantec, microfinance

Acumen Fund is a New York based non-profit global venture fund that uses entrepreneurial approaches to solve the problems of global poverty. Its main aim is to create a world beyond poverty by investing in social enterprises, emerging leaders, and breakthrough ideas. The Fund invests pa...

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ADA

Website: www.microfinance.lu

ADA acts with partners to increase access to inclusive financial services (bank accounts, loans, saving schemes or money transfers) for millions of people worldwide, for whom traditional bank services are inaccessible. ADA is coordinator of the secretariat of the Microinsurance Network,...

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