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UBP in der Presse 17.04.2020

Smug Money podcast: Is impact investing the answer?

Smug Money podcast: Is impact investing the answer?

Good With Money (25.03.2020) – Our Co-Manager of the Positive Impact Equity strategy Rupert Welchman discusses the importance of impact investing in the current environment.


UBP’s expert Rupert Welchman recently featured in the Smug Money podcast hosted by Jen Gale, founder of Sustainable-ish. They discuss the history of impact investing, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) and the concrete solutions that this asset class can offer to help solve the world’s problems.

Listen to the full podcast here:


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Rupert Welchman

Co-Manager of the Positive Impact Equity strategy


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