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The New York Times "When Impact Investing Stays Local" Featuring Frederic Marx

The New York Times


“Sophisticated families are being just as rigorous in their local philanthropy as those who cast their net wider, said Frederic J. Marx, a partner at Hemenway & Barnes, a law firm in Boston. Many are engaging in the same type of impact investing – meaning that they measure what their dollars accomplish – this is at the heart of much global giving. And thinking in those terms, even using that phrase, is keeping younger family members engaged.”

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