Lindsey brings with her deep expertise and a history as a leader in social investing and stewardship. She most recently served as a trustee and partner at Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge, where for 18 years she worked with socially responsible investing clients to help build the firm’s Sustainability Group. Prior to her time at Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge, Lindsey worked in the Equity Research Department of UBS Securities in New York.
Lindsey serves on both the Executive Council Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility and the Economic Justice Loan Committee for the National Episcopal Church. She previously served on the board of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility and the SEED Haiti Community Development Loan Fund. She is a member of the Social Investment Forum and a graduate of the National Graduate Trust School.
“For many years, Lindsey has been dedicated to the principles of stewardship and social responsibility,” said Chat Reynders, Chairman and CEO of Reynders, McVeigh. “Her ongoing commitment to her clients, her belief in rigorous independent research, and her impact on the social investing space as a whole make her an incredibly valuable addition to our team.”
“Reynders, McVeigh has made its presence felt as a visionary player in socially progressive investing,” Parker said. “I’m thrilled to have found a home with ideals that match my own and exciting growth potential – both for our clients and for the firm itself.”
This news follows recent announcements that Reynders, McVeigh moved to larger offices at 121 High Street and surpassed the threshold of $600 million in AUM. The firm also advises on more than $4 billion for trust offices around the country.
About Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management:
Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management is a Boston-based investment management firm focused on socially progressive investments. The firm creates tailored portfolios with cores comprised of companies that demonstrate fundamental strength and long-term vision in industries that are poised for significant transformation.
Since its inception, Reynders, McVeigh has grown through performance and a steadily expanding client base to service over $600 million in assets under management and advise on more than $4 billion for trust offices around the country. Ranked 14th on Wealth Manager Magazine’s list of 2010 Top Wealth Managers, Reynders, McVeigh leverages its proprietary research and emphasizes transparency, discretion, and a deep due diligence process in support of each investment.
For more information, please visit www.reyndersmcveigh.com.