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The multi-strategy firm has hired the co-founders of Blue Oceans Partners to create 'systemic impact and competitive returns'.
The firm says it signed the pledge because action is needed through policy and business to better mitigate global biodiversity risks.
The two firms, which have previously collaborated on a water investment vehicle, have received A$500,000 to explore the business case for a new fund.
Environmental stakeholders are accustomed to thinking about natural benefits such as pollination as a ‘service’ – investors will need to do the same to grasp the natural capital opportunity.
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