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Morgan Stanley Launches Competition for Students to Devise Impact Investing Tools

Morgan Stanley Launches Competition for Students to Devise Impact Investing Tools

Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, in a collaborative venture with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and INSEAD, launches its latest Sustainable Investing Challenge.

For 2014, they are inviting graduate students to devise institutional-quality investment vehicles which not only creates positive social and environmental impact, but can also generate profits. According to Audrey Choi who leads the institute, there are two purposes to this competition: to leverage the tools of finance for tackling global challenges and to nurture the next generation of sustainable investing practitioners.

via Morgan Stanley invites graduate students to create impact investing tools | Social Enterprise Buzz



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