"The social and economic infrastructure for social entrepreneurship is quickly developing, involving some of the most sophisticated financial institutions in the world. Investment from venture capital and private equity sources is growing quickly, led by relative newcomers like Bridges Ventures in Britain and Root Capital and Acumen Fund in the U.S. Triodos Bank, ICICI Bank, Deutsche Bank, Citibank and J.P. Morgan, among others, are creating new social financial products. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Global Impact Investors Network are introducing revolutionary new social investing models for commercial and nonprofit social entrepreneurs."