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Edouard d'Anterroches contributes to BLI's white paper on impact finance

Edouard d'Anterroches elaborates on impact finance in BLI-led white p

Edouard d'Anterroches contributes to BLI's white paper on impact finance

28.10.2020 LU law

Stibbe Luxembourg's Funds Partner Edouard d'Anterroches offers an analytic view on the margins and possibilities granted by the regulation on social entrepreneurship funds (EuSEF) to foster innovative impact investment solutions in the European Union.

​The white paper, available at this link, is the third of a series of four resulting from the workshops organised by the Banque de Luxembourg Investments on the subject of sustainable finance, green bonds and ESG topics. 

Edouard was amongst the few international experts invited to share their views at these events. In addition to the one at scope, he also co-authored the resulting white paper on microfinance, on which you can find more information ​here​.

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