Interview with Belinda Thomas
The idea of ‘sustainable’ investment has been around for over two decades but it’s only been in the last few years that there’s been a shift in gear, an evolution of the concept that has enabled investors to see the idea as more than a philanthropic tool.
Investors increasingly want to do well from doing good. A growing number of them are pursuing ‘impact’ investing, a term that is used to describe for-profit investing in businesses that also have a positive social impact.
Four key areas for impact investors to concentrate on
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