An evolved capitalist is somebody that can do well for society without sacrificing yield for investors. That’s exactly what Bobby Turner, founder of Turner Impact Capital, considers himself to be. 'We believe that profits are driven by purpose,' said Turner. 'We actually believe there is an interdependency between profits and purpose and that by taking advantage of some of society’s greatest challenges we can actually drive better risk adjusted returns with lower correlation to the broader market indices.' Turner is the former Chairman, CEO and Co-Founding Partner of Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC (CCRA), where he oversaw a commercial real estate and mortgage asset portfolio totaling over $12 billion. Last month Turner Impact Capital launched the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund which plans to acquire and manage up to $1 billion in apartment communities in urban markets throughout the United States. The goal of the fund, according to Turner, is to help address the growing shortage of affordable workforce rental housing across the United States. Turner said 25% of all renters in America spend over 50% of their income on rent, helping to create a huge mismatch between supply and demand of things like affordable workplace housing.
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