Nutmeg joins the ranks of other automated investment services like Betterment, Wealthify, Wealthsimple and Motif that have adapted their products to include social investments, and dedicated social investing platforms like Swell, OpenInvest, and Earthfolio.
- “In many cases, the emerging market companies have a clearer intention because they operate in countries where there are social issues and they have a social responsibility,” M&G’s John William Olsen said.
- Bay Area-based Charlie is a personal finance service that aims to make it easier for people who are traditionally underserved by financial services to ask financial questions, budget, alleviate debt, and work towards savings goals.
- “An advisor versed in the nuances and prerogatives of impact investing can add meaningful value," write Tiedemann Advisors’ Stephanie Cohn Rupp and Brad Harrison in a guest post on ImpactAlpha.
- With all the capital investors have been pouring into the “alternative meat” sector, Beyond Meat has decided it’s time to test the (public) market.
ImpactAlpha, November 18 – Toronto-based impact investing platform SVX is rolling out a U.S. version of its matchmaking service with an $11.5 million debt offering from TechSoup. California-based TechSoup is non-profit tech marketplace for charities and libraries. The 31-year-old organization helps other organizations secure hardware and software technologies they need “to design and implement technology
Fearless Girl has some explaining to do. State Street Global Advisors installed the statue of a defiant girl standing her ground in front of Wall Street’s Charging Bull last year in part to market its SHE exchange-traded fund. The statue’s original plaque (later removed) read: “Know the power of women in leadership. SHE makes