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Impact investing

Invest in the change you want to see in the world

Aim to protect and grow your wealth, while supporting the environmental and social causes you care about.

What is impact investing?

Impact investing has two main aims: tackling social and environmental challenges by investing in companies that generate positive outcomes, and providing financial returns for investors.

New possibilities with impact investing

Watch Damian Payiatakis, Barclays Head of Impact Investing, talk about how you can both grow and protect your assets and make a positive contribution to the world.

Why care about impact investing?

Our Investor motivations for impact report [PDF, 1.2MB] examines motivations, preferences and attitudes to impact investing, exploring why people care about it – which may help you decide on the impact you want to make.

Barclays Multi-Impact Growth Fund

The Barclays Multi-Impact Growth Fund is a comprehensive multi-asset solution that we consider best in class for its consistent performance and integration of impact. It provides access to impact managers and direct investments in a ready-made investment product that reports the impacts it’s generated.

Things to consider

The value of investments can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than what you originally invested.

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