Sustainable Investing Panel: Invest in a Brighter Future

April 14, 2008 at 4:35 AM Leave a comment

Date: Tuesday April 29, 2008
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: Design21: Social Design Network, 10 West 56th Street @ 5th Ave

Can your money grow profitably while still supporting your social values or environmental concerns? Are sustainable business practices being rewarded with new investment dollars?
Join us at Design21 for a discussion with financial professionals who are researching, investing, and sourcing funds today that will help shape a better tomorrow. This panel discussion will offer a glimpse into the world of investing that supports triple-bottom-line analysis, alternative energy technology, socially responsible screening, and dual benefit investing. Come participate in an important exchange of ideas, whether you are concerned with your personal investments, the availability of capital for a socially responsible business, or just want to learn about industry trends that are impacting our planet.
Featured Panelists:
Jeff MacDonagh, Portfolio Manager, Domini Social Investments
John Ewen, Senior Vice President, Ardour Capital
Rimmy Malhotra, Portfolio Manager and CIO, Gratio Capital
Innovest Strategic Value Advisors

Please see registration information below. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Admission: Pre-Online Registration: $12; Door: $15
Questions: Paul Schutzman, & Louis Berger,
About Design21: Social Design Network: Nearly everything we come into contact with everyday is the result of the creativity and hard work of a designer. Imagine a world where designers strive to be responsible, incorporating social issues into their overall mission. Welcome to DESIGN 21: Social Design Network; created in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, we promote better design for the greater good. For more than 10,000 social designers and 200 organizations globally, DESIGN 21 serves as a media platform to show the world their positive impact.


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