Hedge Funds Provide New Outlet For Socially Responsible Investors

Mar 10 2006 | 12:00am ET

By Deirdre Brennan 

Investors looking to place their money in socially responsible investment (SRI) vehicles have traditionally gone the mutual fund route, but now investors have more choices, specifically, SRI hedge funds. “There does seem to be increasing demand,” said Matthew Patsky, partner and portfolio manager at Winslow Management Company, one of a handful of investment firms offering an SRI hedge fund product.


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