Mark Haefele, Global Chief Investment Officer, UBS: Fighting Poverty - How the W...

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Jul 2014
Global, July, 22 2014 - Impact investing offers an opportunity to finance poverty reduction and other social projects that may otherwise go unfunded. But many investors feel it generates lower returns than listed assets and argue that their fiduciary duties prevent them from embracing it. This perception is not necessarily fair.

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