Taking a Hit for Impact Investing: How Big Funds Can Encourage Smaller Peers

Pfeuti, Elizabeth
October 2013
AiCIO News;2013, p1
Investors showing they are prepared to take a first loss can help convince others to commit, supporters of impact investing have suggested.


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