A curated selection of videoclips that the SinCo staff recommend you flick through to add to your broad understanding of the contrasts, contradictions and characters in sustainable investment and ESG themes in investment practice.
NOTE: posting of videoclips does not constitute endorsement by SinCo of any views expressed in videoclips. SinCo does not hold copyright to these and uses them in the public domain.
- Portfolio of Work
- Sustainable Investing - Five Videos To Watch
- Lectures & Masterclasses
- Our Approach
Presenting his big idea, "Investing As if The Future Matters" by Graham Sinclair, TEDxTableMountain,October 2013.
CNBC interview 24 July 2013 with @Bronwyn_Nielsen and @Warren_Dick on @CNBCAfrica for @Investment_360 following successful @MNCapital Africa Investment Funds and Asset Management Forum at Johannesburg Securities Exchange 23-24 July #Africa #AIFAM2013.
CalPERS Workshop 2013
Anne Simpson, Senior Portfolio Manager, facilitates the Sustainable Investment Research Initiative (SIRI): Review of Evidence workshop. SIRI is intended to support the Board's development of investment beliefs, drive innovative thought leadership, form an understanding of sustainability factors and the impact they may have on companies, markets and investments intermediaries.
Harvard Business School panel on Socially Responsible Investment, April 2013
Insights on long term investors vs professional money management.
On-air CNBC interview
Anne Simpson, CalPERS Senior Portfolio Manager and Director for Corporate Governance, explains how CalPERS is working to improve the performance of companies by encouraging greater attention to environmental, social and governance factors in their management decisions.
Barend asserts that we'll see more activity from emerging markets, increased regulation, and the involvement of the financial sector. He also discusses the criteria for professionals looking to build a career in CSR, climate change and sustainability.
Check out IBLF's new blog on sustainability, CSR and the role of business in the same: http://blog.iblf.org/
MILANO THE NEW SCHOOL FOR MANAGEMENT AND URBAN POLICY | http://www.newschool.edu/milano
Our country and planet stand at a crossroads. How do we strengthen our global economy while addressing climate change? The Socially Responsible Investing world is rapidly transforming into a Sustainable Investing industry at the heart of the emerging green economy movement. World leaders will soon meet in Copenhagen, Denmark to finalize an agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions, continue addressing climate change, and begin a massive transformation towards a sustainable and equitable future. How can we work together to create a sustainable and equitable recovery?
- Michael Lent, Chief Investment Officer of Veris Wealth Partner, Sustainable Investing
Financial Consulting & Planning Firm.
- Cary Krosinsky, Vice President of Trucost, Environmental Investment Research Firm,
and Author of "Sustainable Investing: the Art of Long-Term Performance" (2008).
- Jerome Tagger, Chief Operating Officer of United Nations Principles of Responsible Investing (UNPRI), Global Investor Network.
This event is from The New School's Net Impact Chapter.
For more information about Net Impact, visit http://www.netimpact.org
THE NEW SCHOOL | http://www.newschool.edu
Location: Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall. 11/09/2009 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
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.
Information about socially responsible investing options for SPU employees
Arthur was employed in the financial field for a number of years, including a stint as a stockbroker. He survived the Asian Contagion, the Tech Bubble, Y2K crises, Derivatives, Elections, Irrational Exuberance, Venture Capitalists, NASDAQ 5000, Dow 10,000 (3 times,) Do-Not-Call Lists, wars-squirmishes-police actions (global, professional, and personal.) His moral outrage at the hilarious absurdity of the broken financial markets is not out of place at the Pisces Cafe in Babylon Village which he co-owns with Justine Poldino. Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is an investment strategy which combines the intentions to maximize both the common good and financial return. SRI is also referred to as triple bottom line investing, ethical investing, sustainable investing, or green investing. SRI now encompasses an estimated 10% of all U.S. investment — about $2.3 trillion out of $24 trillion in the U.S. investment marketplace. Socially responsible investors include individuals, corporations, universities, hospitals, foundations, insurance companies, public and private pension funds, nonprofit organizations, and religious institutions.
Videographer: Ian Wilder
Director: Kimberly Wilder