For a healthier society, we need more system-level investing


Investors who are serious about the long-term stability of our society and planet should do more to strengthen the social and environmental systems they rely on themselves – not least because system-level investing can generate competitive returns. Kieron Boyle of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation and William Burckart of The Investment Integration Project write for Pioneers Post on how catalytic capital, encouraging others to follow suit and even starting small can make a big impact.

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