Beyond is an Israeli Impact Investment Manager. Our mission is to shift capital towards investments that blend financial returns with deep social and environmental impact. To lead by example in using all of our resources to create the world we want to live in. To guide families on their journey to align values and wealth. We originate and syndicate impact investment opportunities. Established in 2014, beyond is co-owned by Lital Slavin, CEO and Small Giants Israel, the family office of Berry Liberman and Danny Almagor.
Y. M. Proceed Ltd. is a private family Impact holdings Company promoting quality investments since 2007.
Our impact investments are across a diverse range of asset classes, with a particular focus on Renewable Energy, Organic Farming, Social Housing and Responsible Financial Investments.
Our goal is to have an active, positive, measurable impact on Israeli society and the environment.
The company is co-owned by Noa and Yoav Maoz, who are great promoters of and advocates for impact investing in Israel and are also involved in significant philanthropic activity.
Small Giants, the family office of Berry Liberman and Danny Almagor, was founded in 2007 to
create, support, nurture and empower businesses that are shifting us to a more socially equitable and environmentally sustainable world. Small Giants acts as a catalyst for change, using business as a meaningful tool to create the world we want to live in. From investments in start- up social enterprises, to large-scale environmental projects such as solar and wind farms and sustainable buildings, the Small Giants portfolio proves that impact investing can span all asset classes and achieve both profit and purpose. Among its many businesses, Small Giants co-founded IIG, an impact investment manager with over $300m in assets
(Danny Almagor is CEO of Small Giants and Chair of IIG). In mid-2012, Small Giants became Australia’s founding B-Corporation, and received numerous awards for its activities including being one of only ten companies globally to win the United Nations ‘Social Investment Pioneer Award’