Kayembe, a female futurist and serial entrepreneur who works on projects at the intersection of women, technology and social impact, tells us how her company advises female founders on scaling their businesses, raising capital and seizing opportunities that the male-centered investment ecosystem is unprepared to understand.
Long and I discuss research from the Competitive Agility Index about the impact to revenue growth and EBITDA in both B2B and B2C companies following a decline in stakeholder trust.
de Bartok describes how she developed the world’s first Social Performance Index, the MSPI, which measures companies’ social performance against best practices standards and in relation to their financial performance.
Simms shares how to address 3 shortcomings of risk analysis in public and private market investing.
Henderson brings her 40 years of foresight, insight, and integrity to a discussion of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Yazhari and Javed discuss their 5-point process for due diligence in Impact Investing.
Investing in companies that are solving the world’s most pressing environmental and social problems—that’s why Holly Ruxin created the Montcalm Capital Fund.
Just the FACTS investors! That’s what Jordan Kimmel’s stock selection process is all about. Listen to what Jordan, portfolio manager at Gitterman Wealth Management, has to say about ten years of developing this successful investment strategy.
Karp, founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital, and advisor to the UN Global Compact, the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum, is passionate about UN Sustainable Development Goal #16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. In this podcast she talks about how she incorporates Goal #16 into all her portfolio strategies.
McDonald discusses how gender equality is at the heart of all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, especially as it relates to private and public market investment strategies.
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