J&J grows investment fund for entrepreneurs, sets 2022 focus on healthcare worker gaps and racial inequities
Amid the surge of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, Johnson & Johnson decided to look at where the money was going. It specifically researched impact investing — that is, funding to help a group complete a project or develop a program to positively benefit society — and was surprised at what it found. Of the $715 billion in impact investments under management, only 7% was going to improving health.
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