ImpactAlpha, September 17, 2018: “Investment vehicles designed to boost access to fair and decent work, housing and capital are proliferating. Harlem Capital, Backstage Capital, Kapor Capital and others are creating funds to put capital into the hands of minority entrepreneurs. Cornerstone Capital Group, which recently crossed the $1 billion mark in assets under management, has outlined a multi-asset, multi-impact sector investment strategy to advance racial equity.” Read the full article here.
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Bridging the gap in racial equity is investible
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