Asia’s rich investors embrace social-impact investments
Friday, October 14, 2016
Asia’s millionaires are the most socially conscious investors among their global peers, according to a new report, with a Indonesians, Malaysians and Chinese the most keen on putting their cash to work for society’s benefit.
HNWIs are defined as individuals with investable assets of at least $1 million. Capgemini described “social-impact investments” as ones that generated benefits for broader society as well as financial gains, and largely looked at data for 2015.