Could social investment exacerbate economic inequality?


Could social investment exacerbate economic inequality?

Ahead of his panel at this year's Good Deals conference, Rohan Martyres asks 'will social investment exacerbate economic inequality?'

Social investment might have social objectives, but it retains the same potential as conventional investment to excacerbate economic inequality.

Rohan Martyres, manager at CAN Invest and Chair of the social investment readiness panel at this week's Good Deals conference, explains why and looks at how social investors can avoid the mistakes of mainstream finance.

Rohan argues that, 'as part of their due diligence and investment readiness processes, social investors and investees should each consider whether their transactions will help or hinder economic equality.'


Read Rohan's full blog post on Pioneers Post now.


Rohan Martyres will be chairing the panel on social investment readiness at the UK's social investment conference Good Deals 13. Day 1 has sold out, but if you hurry you can still get a ticket for day 2. Find out more and get tickets here

Category: Invest