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Negative Screening

Negative Screening

When making investment decisions, investors use negative screens to avoid certain companies, sectors, countries, or other criteria based on the negative impact they want to avoid. Investors can make very clear rules about what kinds of investments to avoid. For example, some investors exclude all companies in a certain sector or type. Others set narrower negative screens based on more specific criteria, like getting rid of the worst companies in a sector when it comes to human rights abuses.

Certified B-Corporation

B Corporation certification (also called “B Corp Certification”) is a private, third-party standard for companies that meet certain soc...

Social Impact Bonds (“SIB”)

Social-impact bonds, which are also called “pay-for-success contracts,” are not really bonds or fixed income securities in the traditio...

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Adopted by all of the United Nations member states in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals are a shared blueprint for ending poverty and tacklin...

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