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Investing in students — with Pave’s Oren Bass

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Investing in students — with Pave’s Oren Bass

What do you get when you put the college debt problem together with crowdfunding?

An entirely new investable asset, that’s what.

Oren Bass, co-founder of Pave.com, joins be to talk about how crowdfunding has created an entirely new type of investment: people. Instead of shouldering hundreds of thousands of dollars of student debt early in their career, some forward-looking students have turned to Pave to raise money via a human-capital contract.

It’s this contract investors can invest in, providing them with a socially-responsible activity along with a return on their money.

This isn’t passive indexing. Let’s dive in and learn more.

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