What impact investing needs as it grows and the role of fund managers

Managers cannot afford to lose focus

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Eli Koen of UBP
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Eli Koen of UBP

In response to growing concern about global issues, impact investing is in increasing demand, and has become essential in the view of many shareholders.

But the niche channels of private markets, to which impact investing has so far been confined, are no longer sufficient to support the expansion. The magnitude of environmental and social issues that...

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