- The bigger the protests, the better for investors.
- In a counter-intuitive shift, the estimated four million global youth climate strikers who took to the streets last week may be more pro-business than recalcitrant heads of state gathering at the United Nations intent on slow-walking climate action.
- By catalyzing a powerful political constituency for urgent climate action, protesters may accelerate the low-carbon transition and soften climate shock.
- The latest Returns on Investment podcast took another look at the study from Illumen Capital and Stanford SPARQ, released last month, that found that biases, implicit or otherwise, actually increase the better fund managers of color perform.
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ImpactAlpha, April 14 – Don’t refer to conventional finance as ‘mainstream,’ ImpactAlpha’s David Bank said on The Call earlier this month. Call it ‘legacy finance’ in the same way the tech community refers to ‘legacy’ computer systems that are outdated but still in use. That was one takeaway from The Call No. 10, which took ImpactAlpha
- The latest Returns on Investment podcast takes on the challenge of how investors can help make sure workers get a better shake.
- Through nearly 100 episodes, ImpactAlpha’s Returns on Investment podcast has traced the connections between impact investing and the broader topics driving politics, society, and of course, finance.
- “Everybody’s freaked out about rising populism, xenophobia, exclusionary, fear-based politics,” said ImpactAlpha's David Bank in the latest Returns on Investment podcast. “And my biggest worry is that we think we don’t have answers to that when, in fact, we do.”