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What To Know About PE’s Penchant For Impact Investing


19 Nov 2018
Reprinted with permission

As private equity firms are increasingly interested in making impact investments, it’s important to focus on what type of investor they want to be. According to Susan H. Mac Cormac, chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Social Enterprise and Impact Investing Group, there are three general categories of impact investors: impact-first, investment-first, and catalyst-first.

“Impact means a lot of different things to different people,” she said. Learn more about the three types of investors and which is the best fit for your company in the Law360 article “What To Know About PE’s Penchant For Impact Investing.”



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