Special Report on
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"The Use of Money" outlined his basic tenets of social investing – i.e. not to harm your neighbor through your business practices and to avoid industries like tanning and chemical production , which can harm the health of workers . Some of the most well known applications of socially responsible investing were religiously motivated. Investors would avoid “sinful” companies, such as those associated with products such as guns, liquor , and tobacco . The modern socially responsible investing movement evolved with the political climate of the 1960s. Economic development projects started or managed by Dr. Martin ...
The SSF unit leverages JP Morgan’s products and skills to help bring financial services to microfinance and social enterprises around the world. The scope includes capital markets, structured products and principal investments. The unit seeks to achieve a double bottom line of social benefit and financial returns. According to JP Morgan, potential demand for sustainable financial services is immense, at an estimated USD 300 billion. JPMorgan utilizes its global IB platform to raise capital to support poverty alleviation initiatives in developing economies. Christina has led J.P. ... Read More
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Interview: Terry Mollner, panelist, "Beyond SRI: The Future of Socially ...