“People are revisiting the relationship they want their capital to have with the world.”   This growing awareness around issues of sustainability has led to an expansion of the field of impact investing. In the process, investors have been developing better and better strategies and products for their portfolios, while companies presenting themselves to investor networks have had to step up their games and show that they are concerned about impact and results.

Kellogg Insight sat down with Amit Bouri, CEO of the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), an organization formed to help the industry grow and operate more efficiently, and David Chen, an adjunct professor of finance and program director of impact investing at the Kellogg School and chairman of Equilibrium Capital Group, to discuss the future of impact investing.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

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