Skip directly to content

About TIA

We are an advisory practice that specializes in sourcing and developing global investment opportunities that are socially and financially attractive. Our clients include entrepreneurs and impact investors. Read more

For Investors

TIA is positioned to bridge the gap between exciting investment opportunities and the varied impact investor segments. We offer a full range of advisory services to clients on the corporate, enterprise, and investor side. Read more

For Clients

TIA's secure and confidential client portal lets you track project status, view meeting minutes, and share documents in a collaborative online workspace. Contact your TIA representative for details. Registered users: login here

Exploring the Impact Investing Love Story: Charities and Banks, Together?

Arthur Wood unveils a tongue-in-cheek examination of the relevant issues, opportunities, and dangers faced by the social sector as it engages with banks to advance the impact investing agenda. His full article can be read here: http://www.pioneerspost.com/comment/20140304/bankers-are-mars-civil-society-venus-5-trillion-love-story

Getting the Framework Right to Scale Impact Investing

Arthur Wood recently published a new article examining the necessary legal and intermediary frameworks to optimally scale and mainstream the impact investing movement. His full article can be found in Alliance Magazine (gated): http://www.alliancemagazine.org/en/content/impact-investing-getting-pre-nups-right

TIA contributes to WEF report on bringing impact investing to the mainstream

Arthur Wood contributed to a new report by the World Economic Forum, From the Margins to the Mainstream - Assessment of the Impact Investment Sector and Opportunities to Engage Mainstream Investors. The report provides a market assessment and recommendations for how mainstream investors can more actively engage in impact investing. The overall objective of the Mainstreaming Impact Investing initiative is to provide an initial assessment of the sector and identify the factors constraining the acceleration of capital into the field of impact investing. Read more here: 

Pages