Leveraging Corporate Structure for Impact

Daily Journal

20 Jul 2019
Reprinted with permission.

Selecting the right entity structure for a mission-driven business can be daunting. For-profit social enterprises can now choose from a variety of forms that enable them to balance social and environmental benefits with the pursuit of profits. Each entity type offers different mechanisms to ensure a focus on impact and economic sustainability.

In their article for the Daily Journal, titled “Leveraging Corporate Structure for Impact,” Morrison & Foerster partner Suz Mac Cormac and associate Jesse Finfrock, with impact analyst Jennifer Caballero, summarize the different forms that entrepreneurs and investors alike should consider to help save our planet and improve the lives of its population.

Read the full article.



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