Impact investments are those made with the intention to generate positive, measurable social and environmental impact, alongside a financial return.
The RIAA expects significant growth as Millennial and Gen Z’s incomes increase. As a cohort, they want action on climate change, biodiversity protection and are socially progressive and attuned to inequality, diversity, housing affordable, access to health and education.
In this CPD-accredited article, we explore impact investment and why advisers should understand this growing segment.
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