U.S. Trust Presents: IMPACTonomics: Investing to Support Equality for Women and Girls

This panel will address both broad approaches to impact investing and specific portfolio construction models that incorporate an active, quantitative methodology for reviewing U.S. equities and taxable corporate bonds across a wide array of criteria that marry social impact and financial performance. They will discuss how the trend of Womenomics informs investing strategies and practices to drive positive social change of equality for women and girls. (Content produced by U.S. Trust.)

Festival: 2015

Watch and Listen: Economy

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