As more attention is placed on our environmental impact, global health, and corporate responsibility, so too has there been more emphasis on where investors place their money in support of their belief or cause. While making money to meet future goals is the most crucial aspect of wealth planning, many people are wanting to invest in issues that matter to them, hoping that they can make the world a little better for those who live in it today and tomorrow.
What used to be referred to as "socially responsible" or "socially conscious" funds are now referred to by many names. Sustainable, socially conscious, green investing, impact investing, and ethical investing are common references you may encounter. A large portion of these are often categorized under the term “environmental, social, and governance” investing, or “ESG.”
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Our Sustainable Investment Portfolios
If your investment philosophy tilts towards environmental, social and governance sustainability, we've got you covered. Our sustainable portfolio's are strategically focused on factors such as fossil fuel reduction, gender/racial equality, and corporate accountability to name a few. While ESG and Socially Responsible Investing isn't mandatory, we'll work hard to educate you on the benefits of investing with these topics in mind.
Responsible interaction with the environment to avoid depletion or degradation of natural resources, allowing for long-term environmental quality.Learn More
- Fossil Fuel Reduction
- Pollution Reduction
- Ecological Protection
- Water Management
- Agriculture Sustainability
Development of processes and structures which not only meet the needs of its current members but also support the ability of future generations to maintain a healthy community.Learn More
- Community Support
- Human Rights
- Consumer Protection
- Animal Welfare
Use of accurate and transparent accounting methods, avoidance of conflict of interest in board selection, and ethical practices to support a company's stakeholders.Learn More
- Management Structure
- Employee Diversification
- Employee Relations
- Executive Compensation
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