AXA IM expands impact investing offering

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The new strategy invests in private companies that have an impact in healthcare
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The new strategy invests in private companies that have an impact in healthcare

AXA Investment Managers has launched a fourth impact investing strategy to focus on the basic needs of emerging and frontier consumers.

The strategy, which is seeking to raise $300m to $400m, invests in private companies that have an impact in healthcare and financial inclusion. AXA IM unveils Clean Economy fund For the former, this includes the physical delivery of care through improved access to drugs and vaccines, while the latter prioritises making financial services accessible and available to those previously under-served. Today's launch follows the first close of the AXA Impact Fund Climate and Biodiversity earlier in the year having secured $175m in commitments. AXA IM bolsters Japanese equities team ...

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