Millennials interested in having a positive impact, older generation able to make it happen

In a recent study conducted by UK bank Barclays, results showed that 43% of British Investors aged under 40 reported having made an impact investment during their life, whereas the figure falls to 9% for those in the 50-59 age range, and plunges to the 3% for those older than 60 years.

That said the report highlights the critical need to engage senior investors, who possess the greatest wealth. The involvement of older generations within the next 3 to 5 years would be critical for the outcomes that impact investment hopes to achieve.

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