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2022-2023 Nuveen private equity impact report

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In 2022 and 2023, scrutiny of sustainable and impact investing continued to grow. Critics see a style of investing that incorporates social and environmental performance as either insufficient to address the moment — one in which the severity of climate change’s impacts is clear and growing, and inequality continues to proliferate — or else a violation of an investors’ fiduciary duty. As longtime investors in private equity impact, we’ve been focused on countering the latter contention for nearly a decade, demonstrating that strong, risk-adjusted returns can be achieved. This year, we’ve turned our attention to the former — sharpening our focus on the real-world outcomes that we achieve via our investments.

2022-2023 PE impact report highlights include:

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