As Asian family groups assess the damage done to their business ecosystems, there is a change occurring around what they invest in and how they do so.
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Inadequate advice, finding quality investments, conducting due diligence and impact measurement remain key challenges for family offices.
Family investors in America, particularly among the younger generations, share many of the same concerns about climate, health and education as their contemporaries in Asia.
A new report on the plans of impact investors suggests they want to add more to investments in social and environmental projects, despite rising market volatility centring on China.
With family offices and other local investors getting more involved in impact investing, capital deployment should continue accelerating. But structural problems persist across the region