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Impact Investing Through Community Development Financial Institutions

The current political and economic climate has focused attention on justice and values, leading more organization, advisors and clients to discuss social impact investing. We’ve seen companies like Netflix  invest $100 million to financial institutions that serve black communities. Twitter, PayPal and Square followed suit instituting corporate initiatives combating racial injustice and poverty, using Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) as a primary vehicle.  Even the government has gotten involved as the SBA used CDFIs to promote access to capital in the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program loans. And as we start Black History Month, this conversation will continue to resurface.

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