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With the growing popularity of responsible investment, financial institutions have rushed to meet the demand from a widening swath of investors across the economic spectrum. It’s now easier than ever to find mutual funds dedicated to investing in public companies that do right by the environment and their employees. But the image of the “impact” investor, someone who makes private investments to “generate social or environmental impact alongside a financial return,” remains one of the super-rich—the millennial heir, for example, nudging her family office to commit to renewable energy in Africa.

ImpactUs would like to change that.

Read the full atricle at Financial Advisor Magazine