A focus on impact investing

Real change. Real returns.

As the 21st century focuses on responsible growth to offset the excesses of the past, the European sustainable investment market has grown tremendously over the past decade.

However, some might say that it is increasingly looking like a jungle. Is this the case? And how can impact investing address this issue?

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