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Impact Investing: How Large Funds Can Encourage Smaller Investors

Impact Investing: How Large Funds Can Encourage Smaller Investors

The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) has arranged options that large investors could choose to protect smaller partners who have lesser experience on impact investment.

These  large investors believe in financing projects “for good” and should encourage others to designate capital by taking on a ‘quasi-guarantor’ role. According to impact investment supporters, investors demonstrating they are prepared to take a first loss can help influence others to commit.

via aiCIO – Taking a Hit for Impact Investing: How Big Funds Can Encourage Smaller Peers.



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