About Us

Global Liaisons

Liaisons encourage and facilitate collaboration between their regional impact investor community and the GIIN.
Dr. Harry Hummels
Europe, Amsterdam
Prof. Dr. Harry Hummels was a Managing Director at ACTIAM (previously SNS Impact Investing), the development investment arm of a Dutch bank-insurer. The EUR 350 million business unit invests to achieve positive social and environmental outcomes alongside financial profit. Dr. Hummels is currently a Professor of Ethics, Organizations, and Society at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. With decades of experience in socially and environmentally-minded finance and business academics, Dr. Hummels has cultivated an extensive network of impact investment professionals and has actively promoted impact investment principles and collaboration among investors from different parts of the world.
Dr. Hummels can be reached at hhummels@thegiin.org.


Ingo Weber
Europe, Zurich
Mr. Weber is a passionate impact investor with more than 20 years of international investment and leadership experience. He is founder of Bridge Impact Capital Ltd. and serves as a board member and advisor of various companies, funds, foundations and family offices. He is a member of the Investment Committee and part of the team that founded the LeapFrog Financial Inclusion Fund, the leading investor worldwide in companies that serve low-income people with insurance and related financial services. Most recently, he was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer of a listed financial services firm and responsible for global corporate development at Swiss Re. He spent many years with GE Capital in a variety of leadership roles with responsibilities for Asia and Europe. Mr. Weber is also a National Advisory Board member of the G8 Social investment task force and served as global strategy partner for Ashoka.
Mr. Weber can be reached at iweber@thegiin.org.


Rachel Crossley
Europe, London
Ms. Crossley is an experienced sustainability professional with nearly 25 years of experience in international development, sustainable finance, and responsible investment. Along with strong international networks, Ms. Crossly brings a deep passion for and knowledge of sustainability issues and the investment sector to her role as the GIIN UK Liaison.

Ms. Crossley started her career in 1990 at the World Bank in Washington DC, working on a range of environmental protection and natural resource management projects in Asia and South America. She then moved to New York to a private finance and strategic advisory firm focusing on the renewable energy and sustainable forestry sectors. On moving back to London in 1999, she became the Director of Responsible Investment at ISIS Asset Management and then Insight Investment. In 2010 she formed her own consulting business, concentrating on the sustainable and responsible investment sector; clients have included the UN PRI, CDC, SWIP, APG, Bridges Ventures, IFC, the Responsible Investment Academy, Arcus Infrastructure Partners and Terra Firma, as well as Access to Nutrition Foundation, Oxfam, and Sense About Science. She is currently a member of the Investment Committee of the Oxfam Enterprise Development Programme.
Ms. Crossley can be reached at rcrossley@thegiin.org.


Anil Sinha
South Asia, India-Based
Mr. Sinha is a dedicated international finance and impact investing professional with decades of experience. He served on the international team of the World Bank Group for 23 years, and started his career as an Investment Officer in the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in 1992. He has lived and worked in Africa, East Asia, South Asia, the UK, and the USA.

Most recently, Mr. Sinha was the Regional Head of Inclusive Business at the World Bank Group, where he focused on enhancing development impact at the Base of the Pyramid through innovative delivery mechanisms in the private and public sectors. Mr. Sinha has also served as the Regional Head of IFC Advisory Services in South Asia, which he set up from inception in Dhaka and Delhi, significantly expanding the IFC’s footprint in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and India. Prior to joining the IFC, his projects included finance and consulting in the private sector. He has also supported the development of various networks and industry initiatives, such as the India Impact Investors Network, Enterprise Solutions for Poverty Platform, and the Sustainable Finance group.