Smarter targeting of capital gaps can make catalytic capital more effective

“Some capital gaps are transient and can be bridged with seeding or scaling catalytic capital,” writes Harvey Koh, an advisor to C3, in a commentary for Impact Alpha. “Other gaps are structural and require sustaining catalytic capital. And some gaps are layered together, even in the same market or sector.

“For catalytic investors, the differences are important because we need to be clear on the capital gaps that we are targeting in order to deploy catalytic capital accurately and efficiently, with minimal waste and distortion to areas beyond those gaps. “

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