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Segmenting the Market Can Unlock Impact Capital

August 29, 2018

As part of Impact Alpha’s What’s Next series with The GIIN, Chris Jurgens and McKenzie Smith highlight how the impact investing market could benefit from additional infrastructure such as shared definitions, tools, standards, and data that can enable investors to better navigate the increasingly diverse space. They note that such tools will help investors to deploy capital to the opportunities that best fit their impact goals, financial return expectations, and risk tolerance. Read the full article here.

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