When investing in a company, you need to make sure they are doing the right thing and that they are profitable. Companies that do the wrong thing expose themselves to massive risks that could have a huge financial impact in the future. I've attached my notes on SRI below: Involves: Environmental pollution Public concerns (Genetically modified food) Corporate Governance. (Is chairman and CEO same person) Focus of regulatory framework. (greenhouse gas emissions Labour issues. (Safe working environment) SRI is any issue that may not have a short term impact but could have significant negative or positive impacts for asset owners in the long term. SRI has a financial impact. Its not a Moral Judgement OR an Investment Judgement. It includes both. It is the right thing to do and its in the interest of the investor Includes: Ethical business practices Transparent reporting Community support Black economic empowerment Methods: Active asset management with regards to voting in board rooms Enforcing good corporate governance Aim for investments that have a positive contribution to society Also focus on unlisted socially responsible opportunities (Educational Entrepreneurs) Approaches: Passive screening. Invest in an ESG benchmark index Positive screening. Establish a criteria before an investment is included in a portfolio Negative screening. Exclude companies on the basis of ESG performance. UN Global Compact: Human Rights International Labour Organisation (no child labour) Environmental issues No to bribery and corruption Trustees feel SRI implementation is too difficult and that it goes against their mandate of sole responsibility of maximising investment returns. Some critics say that negative screening is not consistent with Modern Portfolio Theory as it limits the investment universe thus lowering diversification, but benefits of diversification are marginal and fall rapidly. Most important issue is if negative screening causes a big deviation from benchmark, if a tobacco company like BAT is one of the biggest in the index. Others believe business should stick to doing business. Trustees must: instruct managers to take SRI into account instruct managers to engage with firms in which they invest Independent non-executive directors may not be considered independent the longer they hold their position Factors pushing ESG into the mainstream Nexus between ESG issues and financial performance Stakeholder activism Reputational concerns Consumer pressure and public opinion Pressure from research bodies Pressure from insurance industries Introduction of corporate environmental reporting obligations Rise of the global company Adoption of investment guidelines by the World Bank Growing corporate Transparency IT revolution Social Media pressure Regulation mandating disclosure of ESG investment policies Traits Discipline Transparency Independence Accountability Appropriate behaviour Fairness Social responsibility Good stakeholder relations Communication and disclosure Effective leadership Financial and economic performance Respect for shareholder’s rights Meeting stakeholder obligations Embracing challenges of their business environment
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Speaker Bio: Tom Van Dyck has been a leader in the field of socially-responsible investing since starting at Dean Witter in 1983. Description of Talk: With today's stock and bond markets in constant flux, and the concept of long-term investing used often to camouflage outmoded styles of wealth preservation and appreciation, how are individual investors - of any size - to see a way forward? Socially-responsible investments can deliver returns that are market rate and durable, as Tom Van Dyck explains in this talk. About TEDx: In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) combines investing with doing good - what's not to like? Well... a few issues crop up when implementing SRI. As they say: many a slip twixt cup and lip. --------------------- http://www.curreencapital.com twitter: @curreencr
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Socially responsible or ethical investing has a lot to offer, but sometimes the returns aren't as great as those from more traditional investments. In this video I explain what ethical investing is, how to find socially responsible investments, and why it's important to make room for these in your portfolio! Website: http://www.moneyaftergraduation.com Facebook: facebook.com/MoneyAfterGraduation Twitter: @moneyaftergrad Instagram: @moneyaftergrad Money After Graduation Inc. #600 630-8 Ave SW Calgary, Alberta T2P 1G6
Views: 735 Bridget Casey
If you want to invest your money in ways that support your values, learn more about socially responsible investing (SRI). The returns on SRI funds are in line with non-SRI funds - so you don't have to choose between your values and potential returns. Achieve more with your investments than just making money - choose SRI funds. **** MAKE SENSE OF MONEY Subscribe to the Booster channel: https://www.youtube.com/boosternz Follow Booster on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boostermoneynz/ Follow Booster on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/booster-nz ****
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'Retire Inspired' author Chris Hogan on millennials' strategy for investing.
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Evan A. Tylenda is working toward his CFA designation and is active in several organizations supporting sustainability initiatives in Grand Rapids, MI. Evan hopes to encourage companies and investors to embrace the benefits of corporate sustainability and socially responsible investing. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Does Socially Responsible Investing Hurt Investment Returns? http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/strategies/strategies-tips.html PLEASE LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO TO SUPPORT OUR WORK. Does socially responsible investing make financial sense? Does socially responsible investing work!? The whole point of socially responsible investing is to encourage good practices and discourage bad practices. Socially Responsible Investing versus Sin Stocks. Good practices would be anything that protects the environment, human rights, consumer protection. Bad practices would be anything to do with alcohol, tobacco, weapons, gambling, fast food or sugary foods. Socially Responsible Funds Underperform Why do people do this? The obvious reason is because people want to feel good about their investments. The trouble is that studies show that 80% of these socially responsible funds underperform the benchmark.
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Nancy Barry (MBA 1975), President, NBA Enterprise Solutions for Poverty Lisa Hall (MBA 1993), President and CEO, Calvert Foundation Steve Lydenberg, Founding Director, Initiative for Responsible Investment, Harvard University; Partner, Strategic Vision for Domini Social Investments LLC Donella Rapier (MBA 1992), Chief Development and Administrative Officer, Accion Socially responsible investing seeks to build value for shareholders, companies and society, recognizing that value can be enhanced through ethical employment and environmental and governance practices. Can investors attend to a social mission, to a double- or triple-bottom line, and to sustainable business practices, and simultaneously expect competitive returns? What can investors do to ensure that positive social impact and investor return are achieved together?
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What is ethical investing? How to invest in ethical way? What is social impact investments? How to find mutual find or stocks to invest in ethical way? Watch this video to find the answers. Social responsible investing is an important part of modern world. It is also called green investing or ethical investing or Socially responsible investing (SRI), or social impact investments. If you are interested in socially responsible investing, you have to find mutual funds, or companies offering these services.
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Your money has an ethical impact. Socially Responsible Investment funds provide stocks screened along ethical lines, but what is available, how do the indices work and how much do they cost? Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/pensioncraft
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Julia Galef from http://measureofdoubt.com interviews the mathematician from http://askamathematician.com about socially responsible investing. If you limit your investments to companies that uphold ethical principles you care about -- for example, environmental protection, human rights, diversity, etc. -- how much of an impact does your investment decision have?
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Industry thought leader, Brendan D. George, CFA, FCIA, FIA, FSA explains what socially responsible investing is, and how it works in your investment strategies while he attended the Canadian Annual Conference. For more Benefit Bits, visit http://www.ifebp.org/benefitbits For more information about the Canadian Annual Conference, visit: http://www.ifebp.org/canannual
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SRI Investing is among the relatively few professional financial advisory firms in the country that specializes solely in SRI – sustainable, responsible, impact investing (aka socially responsible investing) and financial planning. We are absolutely committed to: • Helping our individual clients achieve financially healthy, rewarding, and joyful lives. • Empowering non-profit and religious organizations to invest their financial resources safely, profitably, and in concert with their respective missions. • Encouraging and assisting all of our clients to invest in ways that fit their values and contribute to a world that is more peaceful, just, and sustainable. How you spend and manage your financial resources matters. SRI investors are making important and meaningful contributions every day to an economy that works for everyone and the planet. Come meet us, and become part of our client family! http://www.sriinvesting.com/ http://www.firstaffirmative.com/ https://www.greenamerica.org/ https://www.ussif.org/ SRI INVESTING , 350 5TH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY, 10118, UNITED STATES SRI Investing LLC is an investment advisor registered in New Jersey and offering advisory services nationwide.
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More and more funds claim to follow an ethical, or “ESG”, mandate. Tim Bennett looks at some of the challenges when it comes to finding the right one.
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CSR Report Special Edition: CSR and Global Socially Responsible Investment. Visit: http://3blmedia.com/3bltv for more CSR Report podcasts.
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http://IncredibleRetirement.com 800-393-1017 I just read a report saying that socially responsible investing represents almost 25% of US based investments. Socially responsible investing is where you avoid investing your money in areas that are not in alignment with your personal beliefs and values. Maybe don't want your money invested in companies that sell tobacco products, alcohol, weapons, or maybe use animal testing in research and development. Or you might be concerned about environmental, social or religious issues. Chances are, whatever cause is important to you, there's a mutual fund designed with you in mind. New evidence from one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds shows that socially responsible investors are losing out on significant profits in their investments. Excluding tobacco companies and weapon manufacturers reduced the returns by almost 2% per year. As you might imagine, Wall Street has also come up with investment products that target these specific companies, sometimes called sin stocks. A portfolio of so called sin stocks outperformed the S&P 500 from 1996 through October of 2016 by 3.7% per year. The bottom line is there are many forms of socially responsible investing and socially responsible investment products. I remember many years ago a software company contacted us to try and sell us their socially responsible screening program. It would screen existing mutual funds and give the fund a red, yellow or green light. I was shocked to find that a religious based mutual fund managed by a large and well known religious organization actually failed the socially responsible screening based on the algorithms of the software. Their fund got the dreaded red light. I pretty sure the religious organization would disagree with the software's findings. Because of the wide variety of socially responsible and how you define socially responsible one person to the other or from one investment product to the other, the odds are stacked against you in achieving competitive, let alone above average investment returns. My suggestion to you is to NOT limit your investment selection to so called socially responsible investments. Instead invest focusing on total return. Then take some of your profits that you will probably get by avoiding socially responsible investing and use those profits to donate to the causes that are important to you. Chances are you will make a bigger financial impact on the charities and causes that are important to you!
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Bill Holliday is a fee-only fiduciary financial advisor specializing in socially responsible investing (SRI). He explains the fees, performance, objectives and more in the full #wealthsummit interview found at www.wealthsummit.com.
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Sustainable Investment at http://www.GenevaCapitalSA.com - Swiss-based Private Equity Advisor Geneva Capital S.A. Founding Partner R. Scott Arnell discusses Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), Enviromental Social Governance (ESG) & Impact Investing in Frontier Markets with Jill Malandrino on The Street, an independent US-based financial news and services website co-founded by Jim Cramer, author and host of CNBC's show 'Mad Money' (produced by NBCUniversal News Group, a division of NBCUniversal, owned by Comcast [ CMCSA ]). https://youtu.be/lToUcsegiEM Originally published January 16, 2015. Jill Malandrino: Scott, explain to us what socially responsible investment is, and where has the growth come from in this market? Scott Arnell: Socially responsible investing, sustainable investing is an approach to investing that incorporates and integrates extra-financial data into the investment decision-making process. There are a lot of different ways that this is done, but the objectives are generally the same - that is to achieve competitive or superior market returns, while advancing the values of the institution or the investor that's behind it. Now, it's been growing at double-digit rates all across the different categories in Europe - between 11 and 52% in terms of assets-under-management over the last couple of years. The largest SRI, responsible investing category is exclusion, or sometimes referred to as negative screening. In that type of a strategy, the investment universe necessarily excludes investments in certain types of companies or certain types of stocks. So, examples of that would be investments in tobacco companies may be excluded or companies of cluster munitions or landmines or perhaps investment in companies that have business relations with the Sudanese government. The fastest-growing category in sustainable investment, socially responsible investing in terms of growth, albeit from a smaller base, is impact investing and this is where the investor tries to improve conditions on a socio-economic or environmental basis through the investing process. Some examples of that might be investing in housing for low income families, or in companies that are promoting fair-trade coffee in South America or Africa. Now the growth has always been driven in terms of absolute assets-under-management from pension funds, institutional investors and sovereign wealth funds. Where I work, in Europe, there is legislation in many countries like the UK, France, Germany that requires pension funds and public investment funds to disclose how is their portfolio is impacting social or environmental ESG concerns as well as the investment process. Jill Malandrino: Well your clients are all institutional-based, so the question of does this limit diversification where performance... it's a little bit different than a retail investor, because that would be the obvious question, there are other ways for them to improve performance, but looking at it on an absolute basis, when you employ SRI, do you lose any advantage because of less diversification or missing some of the performances of excluded stocks? Scott Arnell: That is a very good question, and when a client is thinking of getting into SRI, socially responsible investing / sustainable investment, that is the first question that they ask, and consequently, we have looked at that a lot. There are several studies out there and a lot of work that has been done, and I haven’t seen anything that indicates that you will necessarily under-perform the market by excluding aspects in your investing universe especially with the types of industries that typically get excluded in responsible investing. On the other hand, there have been studies out there that are promoting the idea that you will outperform the market by having responsible investing type portfolio. I don’t think the results on that are conclusive either. At the same time, I think there's a growing consensus that companies that do integrate sustainable investing, environmental social and governance, ESG - type factors in their business model and in their management, are better-managed companies and will outperform over the long run, nevertheless most funds and businesses are reporting results on a monthly or quarterly basis. It depends on your investment horizon. Jill Malandrino: OK thanks very much Scott for joining us. For The Street in New York, I'm Jill Malandrino.
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Sustainable investment is an investment strategy that acknowledges the relevance of environmental, social and governance, or ESG, factors in investment decision making and its following generation of sustainable financial returns. As Laura Berry, Executive Director with the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility explains, the importance of sustainable investment that considers social investment factors is fundamental to meeting fiduciary responsibilities. As an active investor, CalSTRS recognizes that environmental, social and governance, or ESG, issues affect the performance of the investment portfolio. This video examines those issues from the perspective of an active sustainable investor; it is not intended to directly reflect the views of CalSTRS. Visit http://www.calstrs.com/sustainability for more information about CalSTRS sustainability efforts.
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http://www.vancity.com/sri IA Clarington, the mutual fund company we've partnered with to deliver IAC Inhance SRI Funds, has created a short video that explains why socially responsible investing (SRI) is really just smart investing. SRI is about making investment decisions that not only deliver competitive financial returns, but positive social and environmental returns as well. Our alignment with IA Clarington gives members access to award-winning mutual funds sub-advised by Vancity Investment Management. VCIM's "Return on Responsibility" investment philosophy balances growth prospects today, with the progressive and sustainable business practices needed to keep growing in the future.
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The Haas School of Business operates a $1.7 Million+ Socially Responsible Investment Fund that MBA students manage with an experienced advisory board. During the Fund's 5 year anniversary in 2013, Haas set a fundraising goal of $15 Million to increase the impact of the SRI fund. Learn more about the Haas SRI Fund at http://responsiblebusiness.haas.berkeley.edu ©2013 Center for Responsible Business Video produced by TrimTab Media: http://www.trimtabmedia.tv
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What is SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING? What does SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING mean? SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING meaning - SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING definition - SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Socially responsible investing (SRI), or social investment, also known as sustainable, socially conscious, "green" or ethical investing, is any investment strategy which seeks to consider both financial return and social good to bring about a social change. Recently, it has also become known as "sustainable investing" or "responsible investing". There is also a subset of SRI known as "impact investing", devoted to the conscious creation of social impact through ainvestment. In general, socially responsible investors encourage corporate practices that promote environmental stewardship, consumer protection, human rights, and diversity. Some avoid businesses involved in alcohol, tobacco, fast food, gambling, pornography, weapons, contraception/abortifacients/abortion, fossil fuel production, and/or the military. The areas of concern recognized by the SRI practitioners are sometimes summarized under the heading of ESG issues: environment, social justice, and corporate governance. "Socially responsible investing" is one of several related concepts and approaches that influence and, in some cases govern, how asset managers invest portfolios. The term "socially responsible investing" sometimes narrowly refers to practices that seek to avoid harm by screening companies included in an investment portfolio. However, the term is also used more broadly to include more proactive practices such as impact investing, shareholder advocacy and community investing. According to investor Amy Domini, shareholder advocacy and community investing are pillars of socially responsible investing, while doing only negative screening is inadequate.
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Speaking at MoneyShow Las Vegas, Janet Brown says that socially responsible investing is the fastest growing in mutual funds. "Good management, good corporate accountability is good performance. There's a correlation." This includes governance, social responsibility, executive pay. "Companies with high ESG scores do better. You can align with your values and performance doesn't have to suffer. Money changes corporate behavior. "
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Mary Jane McQuillen, EMBA '07, of ClearBridge Advisors leads a discussion at the 2010 Social Enterprise Conference about the motivating factors for increased investor participation in socially responsible investing. This session at the 2010 Social Enterprise Conference features Professor Vinay Nair, founder of Ada Investments; Peter Knight, president of Generation Investment Management; Valerie Cook Smith, vice president of corporate sustainability at Citigroup; and Bryan Corbett, principal in global government and regulatory affairs at the Carlyle Group. To learn more about the Social Enterprise Program at Columbia Business School, please please visit www.gsb.columbia.edu/socialenterprise
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If you're interested in aligning your investment strategy with your moral compass, you'll want to learn about socially responsible investing (SRI). In this video Investment advisor at BlueShore Financial, Graham Priest will walk you through modern SRI and what you need to know before you invest.
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Richard Nickerson gives a brief explanation of understanding socially responsible investing (SRI), and an often overlooked concept known as 'corporate engagement' -- taking SRI to the next level to help make good companies even better corporate citizens.
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The evolution of socially responsible investing. Its meaning and performance, with industry pioneers, Christina Alfandary and John Streur. WEALTHTRACK #1413 broadcast on September 15, 2017.
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ETF Expert Robert Broadwell on SRI & ESG
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Have you ever skimmed through a list of companies your investment money is supporting, and wished you hadn't? But what other options are there? Calvin College business professor Leonard Van Drunen, who has worked in investment banking in New York, Tokyo, and London, tells host Karen Saupe how to explore more "socially responsible" options without having to quit your day job to figure it all out.
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Socially responsible investing in firms, the given behavior of millionaires, and social impact bonds. Nadja Guenster, Shaun Davies, Paul Smeets. You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#180695 Смотрите Dukascopy TV на вашем языке: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvrussian 用您的语言观看杜高斯贝电视: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvchinese Miren Dukascopy TV en su idioma: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvspanish Schauen Sie Dukascopy TV in Ihrer Sprache: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvgerman Regardez la Dukascopy TV dans votre langue: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvfrench Veja a TV Dukascopy na sua língua: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvpt
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Lydia and Bill discuss the benefits of Socially Responsible Investing with Hansen's Advisory Services, Inc.
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Socially Responsible Investing at http://www.GenevaCapitalSA.com - Geneva Capital S.A. Founding Partner R. Scott Arnell discusses Sustainable Investment, Impact Investing in Frontier Markets with Simon Constable on WSJ Live, produced by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corp (NWS). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJFApNipTxA&feature=youtu.be Originally aired January 15, 2015.
Views: 2271 Responsible Investing News
Investors might want to take a closer look at their portfolios to make sure they have exposure to sustainable companies, according to one expert. 'Some [sustainable companies] beat the market,' said Lloyd Kurtz, head of social impact investing at Wells Fargo Private Bank. 'There's good academic evidence that environmental policies can be good, but it's harder to prove in practice because there are so many other factors involved: valuation and the quality of the money manager.' Investing in sustainable companies, which are typically focused on limiting their carbon footprint, is part of a broader investment theses surrounding 'socially responsible investing.' Socially responsible investing stems beyond the environment Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
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Socially responsible investing incorporates environmental, social and corporate governance considerations while seeking competitive financial returns. This video provides a straightforward answer to "What is socially responsible investing" as well as provides three real life examples of how socially responsible investing can make a difference on important issues while growing your investments.
Views: 196 Alterna Savings
Michael Gray interviews Peggy Martin, CLU, ChFC of Family Wealth Consulting Group about “Socially Responsible and Sustainable Investing" for Financial Insider Weekly. They discuss why many people are choosing socially responsible and sustainable investments, with new statistics. http://www.financialinsiderweekly.com
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Chairman: Mr. Vivek Mehra, Managing Director, Aloe Private Equity Panelists: Ms. Usha Rao, Manager, KfW Mr. Ashok Emani, Senior Vice President, IDFC Mr. Sumantra Sen, Founder & CEO, Responsible Investments Research Association Mr. Unmesh Brahme, Managing Partner, Sustainability CXO Partners Worldwide Mr. Srinivas Polishetty, Managing Director, American Orient Capital Partners (Philippines) Inc. Mr. Satish Kashyap, Co-founder & Director, General Carbon The following issues will be discussed in this panel • Sustainability guidelines followed by investors and debtors • Micro finance and financing products and services to bottom of the pyramid- social ventures • Socially responsible funds Explore and Enjoy Do write to us - [email protected]
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The investment approach of Allianz Global Investors is Socially Responsible Investment (SRI). When we are considering investing in a company, Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria are considered alongside the financial criteria. To learn more, please visit https://goo.gl/fk9qzB Subscribe to our channel, Allianz Global Investors Hong Kong, for in-depth analyses and latest market insights Corporate website: https://hk.allianzgi.com/en/retail Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllianzGIHK WeChat website: https://hk.allianzgi.com/en/wechat LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/allianz-global-investors
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What are the selection criteria used by SRI? What do they guarantee to investors and how should you choose a fund to invest in?
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