Impact investing


Unlike the more broadly defined term of ethical investing, that can often be applied to investments that merely avoid certain industries, companies, or asset classes, impact investing is about making investments intended to have a definable and measurable social or environmental impact (or outcome).

Impact investing helps solve problems and realise opportunities that are too broad or complex for not-for-profits, government, or philanthropy to tackle alone.

Impact investments may be made via investments into managed or pooled investment schemes (like the Fund) or into projects or organisations, with the express intention of generating investors’ desired and measurable social and/or environmental outcomes, alongside a financial return (that may be at either below-market or above-market rates).

Impact investments vary from grants or other philanthropic means because a financial return is expected, and different from broader investments or finance options because measurable social and/or environmental benefits are at their core.

“The Specialist Residential Property Impact Fund has been created to provide institutional, wholesale and retail investors with the opportunity to participate in the important emerging SDA market, and to deliver vitally important and measurable social outcomes for people with disabilities, and their families and carers”.



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The information on this website is general financial product advice only. It has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and because of that you should, before acting on the information, consider the appropriateness of the information having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. You should obtain the product disclosure statement (PDS) relating to the offer of units in the Specialist Resident Property Impact Fund (Fund) and consider the PDS and related documents and understand the Fund’s target market before making any decision about whether to acquire, or to continue to hold, units in the Fund. You should also review the Fund’s design and target market determination (Target Market) in the Fund Highlights section of this website to determine if the you fall within the Target Market. Spring FG Funds Management Pty Ltd (ABN 36 611 176 517) (authorised representative number 001274191) is the provider of the information on this website and the issuer of units in the Fund is MoneySpot Investments Limited ACN 614 077 995 AFSL 491 268.