Smaller investors are just as keen as their larger brethren to use their investment dollars to either create social equity via impact investing or incorporate environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) within their investment frameworks. FEMM sat down with three such investors to discuss how smaller funds, funds that have less than $50 million in assets under management, incorporate responsible investing within their portfolio. A representative from HIP Investor, an impact ratings provider and advisor, provided a general view on how small funds incorporate responsible investing. Senior reporter Amrita Sareen-Tak spoke with:

David Dinerman, a trustee of the Hampshire College endowment - $40 million

Robert Johnson, president of Becker College - $5 million

Roger Sant, co-chair of Sant Foundation - less than $30 million

Paul Herman, ceo and founder of HIP Investor

The following is the first of a two-part discussion. Part....

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