We Mean Business March 2017 Newsletter

  The business imperative for shifting to clean, renewable energy solutions is clear. Moving quickly in this direction, in an economically sustainable manner, is both pro-growth and pro-jobs.”  Andrew Liveris, Chairman & CEO, The Dow Chemical Group Welcome to the We Mean Business March newsletter. In this edition we take …

New database details White House officials’ finances Center for Public Integrity

On Friday night, the White House began releasing financial disclosures for scores of key employees — including familiar names such as Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway and Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon. Reporters from dozens of news organizations, including the Associated Press, the New York Times, ProPublica and the Washington …

We’ve updated our investment platform

Investments for social good™   We want to let you know about some changes we have made to our online investing experience. Vested.org has changed its address to invest.calvertfoundation.org.  Why the change? When we launched the site back in 2014, we wanted to distinguish it from Calvert Foundation’s brand and …

Six Women talk Community Development & Finance (GMJ – April 17)

For Community Development Bankers Listserve members Please Share — The new April 2017 issue “Women in Community Development & Finance” is now online. The issue features 6 women with unique perspectives. Below are the new *GreenMoney Journal* articles. Also 2017 is GreenMoney’s *25th Anniversary Year * *Women and Investing * …

UN sustainability goals strike a chord with investors

                                           PME, the €45bn Dutch metal industry scheme, said it will improve its ESG policy by linking 10% of its assets directly to United Nations sustainability targets over the next five years. Together with the €382bn civil service scheme ABP and the €185bn healthcare pension fund PFZW, PME is the …

Aviva on political risk in Europe, Brexit, US high yield, China and diesel

White papers, reports and thought leadership pieces from Aviva Investors     Political risk: Europe holds its breath as elections get underway  With a rising tide of populism sweeping across Europe amid a string of crucial elections, bond markets once again appear to be questioning the European Central Bank’s ability to …

Tomorrows Company Monthly Newsletter

The daffodils are in full bloom in St James Park, and to match this in nearby Whitehall and Westminster there has been an abundance of new government consultations on company and investor behaviour.   Tomorrow’sCompany has welcomed many of these reviews and taken the opportunity to discuss our responses with …