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Sustainable and Responsible Investment Strategies:
A Guide for Fiduciaries and Institutional Investors

Help institutional investors achieve competitive financial returns and deliver increased benefits to members and beneficiaries by incorporating economic, environmental, social and corporate governance factors in investment decisions.

Sustainable and Responsible Investment Strategies: A Guide for Fiduciaries and Institutional Investors is the definitive reference source for financial professionals interested in providing sustainable and responsible investment services to instututional investors.

Sustainable and Responsible Investment Strategies: A Guide for Fiduciaries and Institutional Investor
  • A discussion of the benefits of sustainable and responsible investment strategies.
  • A review of trustee fiduciary responsibility and trustees' ability to consider social, environmental, and economic factors in the investing process.
  • An overview of financial performance when using sustainable and responsible investment strategies.
  • How to implement strategies at an institutional level including asset allocation, risk management, and manager selection.

    View Table of Contents View Introduction

    Sustainable and Responsible Investment Strategies can be purchased as a single issue or through a site license. The price for site licenses varies depending on the size of your company and the number of report copies required.

    For more information and to place orders, please fill out this form or contact
    Jay Falk
    802-251-0500
    802-251-0555 (fax)


    A must-have for fiduciaries interested in understanding the implications of sustainable and responsible investing.

    Don Trone - President
    Foundation for Fiduciary Studies

     

    Sustainable & Responsible Investment Strategies provides highly useful information in readable form for institutional investors, board members and others trying to navigate the sometimes murky waters of fiduciary responsibility.

    James P. Hawley and
    Andrew T. Williams, authors of
    The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism

     

    ....a must read for every director who has been challenged by colleagues, when attempting to consider sustainability in stock picking and when exercising care and judgment as a shareowner.

    James McRitchie, Editor
    CorpGov.Net.


    Leading Social Investment IndicatorsTM Report


    Keeping you informed about social investing

    Who should subscribe to this service:
  • Institutional investors
  • Portfolio managers
  • Consultants
  • Social investment professionals
  • CDFIs
  • Government officials

     

    Leading Social Investment Indicators Report
    Keeping on top of important news in the growing social investment industry can be a time consuming endeavor for investment professionals. The Leading Social Investment Indicators Report (2001) summarizes last year's developments, trends, new products, and relevant statistics.

    The Leading Social Investment IndicatorsTM Report offers one centralized source for the information you need - saving you time and enabling you to serve your clients or institutions better.

    Topics covered include:

    • Corporate governance
    • Socially screened mutual funds
    • Community investing
    • Shareowner actions
    • Government influence and policy
    • International developments
    • Related academic research/surveys

    View the Table of Contents - (PDF format)

    For more information please contact
    Jay Falk
    802-251-0500
    802-251-0555 (fax)


    Purchase the Report online for immediate shipment:
    Price schedule:
    $95 Social Investment Forum members at the individual financial professional level, nonprofit organizations (non-endowment related), and government agencies.
    $195 Social Investment Forum members at the institutional investor level.
    $295 Non-Social Investment Forum members.


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