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It’s cool


The term “impact investing” celebrates its 10th birthday in 2017, a year where it seems ever y other financial ser vices company is launching a new fund or offering to tap into the trend. But what does it really take to be an impact investor? And is the term being thrown around too loosely? Alexandra Newlove speaks to those active in the sector


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or a movement with so many famous disciples, the ‘mainstreaming’ of impact investing comes as little surprise. From Bill and Melinda Gates, to Michael Bloomberg, eBay founder Pierre Omidyar to Irish rock star Bono, well-meaning investors have been joining the cause for the past decade. But how is this high-profile attention affecting


a movement that prides itself on grass-roots change? And what roles are family offices playing? The newly-released Global Family Office Report 2017 (GFOR) shows more


than a quarter of family offices (28%) report being engaged in impact investing, and two-fifths plan to increase their allocations this coming year, a push largely attributed to the millennials moving up through the family ranks.


CAMPDENFB.COM ISSUE 72 SUPPLEMENT | 2017


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