Weekly Poll #6:
Should Impact Investing Become An “Asset Class”?
In a recent book I reviewed, the authors Antony Bugg-Levine and Jed Emerson ask an important question: should impact investing be considered an “asset class”, i.e., the view favored by some bankers or wealth managers in search for new business?
The other view is this: should impact investing otherwise not be considered a “transformational paradigm” by which all our investments should be subjected to their social + financial returns? Is that even possible, practical, or desirable?
Of course I have my own view, and I am interested to take that discussion further in the future but for now, I would rather love to get YOUR opinion which view you favor. Feel free to leave comments with your rationale.
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As always, please do feel free to share any suggestions for future polls you may find interesting to learn more about your fellow Good Generation comrades and their views on various topics. I’d be happy to pick up on some of these ideas in the future.