Impact management lacking at later stages of investment cycle, finds research
Impact investors have work to do to deliver on good intentions, says BlueMark
Impact management practices are less robust at later stages of the investment cycle, with just 20% of impact investors following up on impact underperformance with investees, finds new research.
A study by impact verification business BlueMark, which analyses how the IFC’s Operat…
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