MAKING INVESTMENTS THAT MATCH people’s personal values have changed significantly over the past few decades. Early versions of “socially responsible” or “values-based” investing were primarily based on excluding specific investments that conflicted with an individual’s values (often at a potential cost in returns). But impact investing reflects a more active, results-driven investment approach. It’s based on a growing body of evidence that companies that are focused on accounting for both risks and opportunities linked to the environment, communities they operate in and society as a whole may potentially produce better financial results than those that aren’t, says Anna Snider, head of due diligence for the Chief Investment Office, Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management. “Impact investing points to tangible results and helps to move things forward in a positive way — not just making a moral judgment,” she says. Read More
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