IRIS Users

IRIS is used by leading impact organizations from across the globe. Users include companies, investors placing capital directly into companies, and investors into funds, among others. Users that integrate IRIS metrics into their social and environmental performance practices and measurement systems, and that have publicly registered their use with the IRIS initiative, are listed here.

To enhance the strength of IRIS, you are encouraged to register your use once you begin using IRIS metrics to measure the performance of your investments.

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Organizations that use Land Indirectly Controlled: Cultivated (PI7403)

  • Alterfin cvba

    Alterfin is a co-operative society established in 1994. Alterfin’s shareholders are nongovernmental development organisations, banks and more than 3.500 individuals. Alterfin is financing microfinance…

    Using 49 IRIS metrics

  • Beartooth Capital

    Beartooth Capital is a private investment management firm whose mission is to generate strong investment returns, real conservation results and community benefits. We acquire select ranch land in the Western…

    Using 33 IRIS metrics

  • IDB-Opportunities for the Majority

    The Opportunities for the Majority’s (OMJ) initiative within the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB Group) was created to promote market based solutions to address poverty challenges in Latin America…

    Using 94 IRIS metrics

  • Legacy Latin America High-yield Mezzanine Fund

    Legacy Latin America High-yield Mezzanine Fund has been conceived as a mezzanine debt fund focused on investing in sustainable investment opportunities in emerging markets throughout Latin America, with…

    Using 17 IRIS metrics

  • RUNA

    Runa’s mission is to create livelihoods for indigenous farmers in the Amazon. We believe people everywhere can benefit from the bounty of the Amazon without destroying it, starting with the people…

    Using 16 IRIS metrics

  • Shared Interest

    Shared Interest opened its offices in New York City in September 1994 to provide a vehicle for United States investors to participate in building an equitable South Africa after the abolition of apartheid.…

    Using 9 IRIS metrics

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