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Capital Musings - UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) EPISODE 17, 14th April 2021
#17 The Good Your Money Can Do: Conscious leadership, stakeholder capitalism and 100% impact portfolio
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#17 The Good Your Money Can Do: Conscious leadership, stakeholder capitalism and 100% impact portfolio

Esther Pan Sloane is speaking with Eva Yazhari, CEO of the Beyond Capital fund, co-host of the Beyond Capital podcast, founder of the Conscious Investor magazine, and author of the book The Good Your Money Can Do. In this episode, we talk about the biggest obstacles to investors considering investing in the least developed countries. We also review the concept of conscious leadership and stakeholder capitalism, and whether a hundred percent impact portfolio approach is feasible or desirable.

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