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UHNWIs to raise allocations in impact investing strategies

Ultra rich investors in Asia are expected to raise allocations in impact investing – vis a vis philanthropy – to 44% by 2018, from 30% in 2012 , notes Credit Suisse, partly in the belief that funds will be used more efficiently for social needs. This, the bank says in joint study with Campden Wealth Research, is “no doubt linked to…

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