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Philanthropy Goes Green, But It’s Complicated


17 May 2016

Susan Mac Cormac, partner and Co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Energy and Clean Technology Groups, was quoted regarding impact investing in the article, “Philanthropy Goes Green, But It’s Complicated” published by Fortune on May 17, 2016.

Ms. Mac Cormac said she spends a lot of time working on models for the younger generation of philanthropists who want to see the direct impact they make.

"A lot of large family office foundations are saying we can only do so many PRIs," she says. "They are making grants to seed for-profit funds."



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