BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management, an investment management firm with a focus on socially responsible investing (SRI), assembled diverse leaders from Boston’s impact investing and nonprofit worlds to explore the potential for innovative financing models aimed at addressing environmental and social issues.
The firm’s second Impact Investing Roundtable of 2017 delved into how investments can be structured to better attract investor capital and generate greater impact. Investors, family office representatives, directors of nonprofits, financial advisors, and other practitioners shared experiences and ideas that opened doors to creative solutions.
Major discussion points included:
- creative approaches to engaging municipalities through attractive financial models that directly impact communities
- confusion and roadblocks caused by the terminology that defines impact investing
- the need to better blend the goals of impact investment and philanthropy
“Boston is taking a leadership position in impact investing, and we are fortunate to be able to share such diverse and thoughtful perspectives among some of the region’s true leaders,” said Carrie Endries, Director of Impact Investments at Reynders, McVeigh. “We find that when we can facilitate and empower our peers, it broadens our perspectives and innovative solutions often follow. We look forward to building on the conversation and energy in 2018.”
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About Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management:
Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management is a Boston-based investment management firm that manages portfolios comprised of companies that emphasize sound financials and social impact. The Firm has more than $1.4 billion in assets under management and advises on an additional $4 billion in trust assets. Reynders, McVeigh constructs individually tailored portfolios by leveraging its proprietary research while emphasizing transparency, discretion, and a due diligence process in support of each investment.