TIIP’s New SAIL Platform for System-level Investing Profiled in Barron’s Penta
Barron’s Penta profiled TIIP’s new platform, SAIL (Systems Aware Investing Launchpad), highlighting how investors are using the tool to support their adoption and implementation of system-level investing strategies.
The article outlines the increasing tendencies for advisors and institutional investors to incorporate social and environmental considerations into their investment approaches, but highlights how these more-standard ESG strategies will not be enough to prevent the worst effects of market-spanning crises like climate change or income inequality.
Penta features SAIL as a resource for investors to use to support them in adopting bolder targets and focus on investment strategies that promote the health and well-being of our essential social and environmental systems. The article features interviews with Meredith Miller, Managing Partner of Corporate Governance and Sustainable Strategies LLC (and a member of TIIP’s Advisory Council), as well Shannon O’Leary, CIO at St. Paul Minnesota Foundation, to show how they are using SAIL to put system-level investing into action.
Today: Fidelity Charitable Webinar on Impact Investing
Fidelity Charitable is hosting a webinar today, May 18th, for advisors looking to support their clients in creating greater impact through their investments and philanthropy. TIIP’s CEO William Burckart will join Fidelity Charitable’s Scott Nance, Vice President of Impact Investing, and Colby Bircher, Charitable Planning Consultant to offer advice and recommendations on how to leverage impact investing approaches and other impact strategies. They will also explore the findings from Fidelity Charitable’s recent trend report on impact investing.
TIIP on the VBDO Podcast
TIIP CEO William Burckart joined the VBDO podcast–the Dutch Association of Investors for Sustainable Development–to discuss system-level investing and how to use it to transform finance and solve the world’s most pressing problems. He was joined by Hans Stegeman of Triodos Investment Management.