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The Economist takes its impact investing show to London

The Economist’s February impact investing pow wow in New York signaled the industry’s penetration into mainstream finance. See:

Name-checking the Headliners at the Economist's Impact Investing Conference

At the sequel in London next week, the magazine will ask whether it’s possible to build ‘impact’ into the fabric of traditional investment firms.

Those gathering to discuss “purpose-driven finance” include Sir Ronald Cohen, chair of the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment, Maya Chorengel of TPG’s Rise Fund, Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber and more than 200 financiers, institutional investors, policymakers, academics, impact investors and philanthropists.

ImpactAlpha is a media partner for the European edition of the Economist’s Impact Investing Summit on June 15. Use the code IMPACTALPHA/DC for a 20% discount. Register.

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