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Future of Finance
The Future of Finance is the blog of Capital Institute's founder and president John Fullerton. It is widely syndicated on platforms such as The Guardian and Huffington Post.
Our Field Guide to Investing in a Regenerative Economy series explores the common design principles, and challenges, of exemplary real-world business models.
Evergreen Direct Investing study just released!
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Our fifth Field Guide study explores the Evergreen Direct Investing (EDI) method—a reengineering and bold repurposing of time-tested "cash flow sharing" investing techniques. EDI, the brainchild of Tim MacDonald, a career limited partnership attorney, offers large perpetual "stewardship" investors—including pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and endowments—a way to drive opportunism out of their portfolios as they actively engage with enterprise leaders in shaping a truly sustainable, regenerative economy. Download the study here.
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