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Growing sense of responsibility among young millionaires

A new survey of over one thousand high-net-worth individuals suggests a substantial lean towards feelings of societal responsibility and interest in impact investing among younger generations. The survey, commissioned by RBC Wealth Management, asked respondents a range of questions on topics such as how their...

MILLENNIALS AND SOCIAL IMPACT INVESTMENT

Forbes has an article this week on why millennials care more than previous generations about social impact investment. Sarah Landrum writes that the label of millennials being apathetic placed on them by elder generations is false. On the contrary, most millennials are hard workers, and...

Millennials and Impact Investment

Toniic, a global action community for impact investors, released a report on Millennials and Impact Investment this week. Many surveys suggests that millennials have an interest in impact investment, but also suggests that perhaps there is often more talk than action. The report seeks to empower interested millennials to...

AN INVESTMENT FIRM THAT LETS YOU PAY WHAT YOU LIKE

The Conscious Company Magazine features an interview this week with Andrei Cherny, the CEO of Aspiration. It's a sustainable investment firms that operates on a pay-what-you-like basis. After spending 20 years working on issues of fairness in the American financial system, Cherny realized that people belonging...

From the archives: Jed Emerson on sustainable vs. impact investing

Socially-responsible investing, sustainable investing, impact investing. Are they different or more of the same? In this thought-provoking piece in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Jed Emerson (@Blended Value) gives a whirlwind overview of developments in socially-oriented investment strategies and makes the case that sustainable investment...