Latest figures from the Global Impact Investing Network indicate significant growth in impact investing, with women and millennials credited with driving the trend.
Impact investing is making waves in the financial world. Based on the idea that asset managers invest “to positively contribute to social or environmental solutions”, the strategy has already attracted some big-name fund managers.
This week came news that impact investing has reached a major milestone. The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) said the latest research showed that impact assets under management are now valued at $502bn. That’s roughly the same as the economy of Belgium.
Financial writers and observers are quick to rave about impact investment and its growing importance. After all, it’s one of the fastest growing
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