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Sustainable Investing

Sustainable Investing

Sustainable Investing is a portfolio construction methodology that looks at environmental, social, and governance (or “ESG”) factors to screen and choose publicly traded securities for a fund that invests in a wide range of asset classes. Sustainable investments can use either a passive strategy, in which the investment manager just follows an index, or an active strategy, in which shareholders get involved by proxy voting and filing shareholder resolutions to influence management and encourage responsible business practices.

UN Global Compact

The UN Global Compact is an initiative based on CEOs’ voluntary pledges to follow universal principles of sustainability and take steps to he...


An asset is a financial investment that is bought with the hope that it will grow in value and be sold at a higher price in the future.

Benefit Corporation

A benefit corporation is a type of business that allows for-profit, mission-driven companies to pursue positive benefits to society as part of thei...

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