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Bridges Fund Management: Navigating Changes in the Political Economy
Walske, Jennifer , and Laura D'Andrea Tyson
Publication date: 7/1/2017, pages 1-26

This case focuses on Bridges Fund Management, a leader in the impact investing space, raising over $1 billion in capital. While the firm was originally founded by two members, the firm now has seventeen partners located in its U.K. and U.S. offices. The case asks: how might the changing political environment in both the U.S. and U.K. in early 2017 impact Bridges in its ability to raise future funds and in the level of support available to its investments, known as portfolio companies? Bridges addresses social issues by investing in companies that provide both a financial return and social impact.

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