As mainstream investors – from individuals to institutions – continue to seek strategies that allow their portfolios to serve their financial goals, there’s untapped market potential in social finance.
As the size and complexity of the world’s problems increase, social finance is emerging as a new way for private capital to address these issues. However, as it begins to move into the mainstream, several factors hold it back from reaching its full potential.
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