Clients have become increasingly vigilant about aligning their investment decisions with their values, says Boston advisor Chat Reynders.

The chairman and CEO of Reynders McVeigh Capital Management says he has grown his firm to $900 million in about eight years by relying on socially responsible investing, sometimes called impact investing. The strategy, he says, has allowed him to better connect with younger generations, avoid portfolio liabilities and improve transparency with clients.

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