In my last blog, I wrote about how families and foundations involved in philanthropy historically assumed their assets would be invested to produce a return and their foundation grants would be allocated to have an impact.  Today, impact investing blends the two in an attempt to achieve a “double or triple bottom line” return that benefits both endowments and social good. As described by the Global Impact Investing Network: Impact investments aim to solve social or ...

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