Are you interested in learning how to reduce poverty and create sustainable economic growth for everyone?
You are in luck because that’s exactly what Kim Griego-Kiel talks about in this week’s episode of Deep Impact Investing.
Kim explains how poverty, decent work, and economic growth are part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SGD) while detailing the progress made towards achieving these goals and the challenges and setbacks faced.
The increase in poverty rates and unemployment due to the pandemic and the prevalence of global child labor
The progress made towards ending poverty and sustainable economic growth
The role of inflation, the pandemic, and child labor when it comes to achieving these goals
Digital technology and financial services as tools to improve the lives of people living in poverty
What you should know about microfinance
The truth about consumer protection and credit card reward programs
What do real estate and sustainability have in common?
This week, Sam Adams, the CEO and co-founder of Vert Asset Management, unpacks the ins and outs of sustainable investing and the need for more sustainability in the real estate arena.
Sam shares Vert’s approach to educating and encouraging companies to take the next step in their sustainability journey while highlighting how the firm advocates for more sustainability in the financial services industry.
Sustainable investing and the need for more sustainability in the real estate industry
Some eye-opening ESG mistakes advisors might be making
The difference between ESG and SRI
Ways the real estate strategy fits into the sustainable investing model
An overview of the book he’s co-writing, “Your Essential Guide to Sustainable Investing”
What you should know about the Vert Asset Management fund
Samuel Adams is the CEO of Vert Asset Management. Sam is an environmentalist and a capitalist passionate about preserving and defending nature and has worked as an investment professional. He has 20 years of experience at Dimensional Fund Advisors, where he learned the power of the markets as an Investment Professional. Sam is passionate about making sustainable investing easier for financial advisors and their clients. He also holds a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and an MBA from UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
Financial services are constantly evolving and becoming increasingly digital.
Trading digital assets — whether it is ESG data, crypto, or other financial products (across centralized and decentralized finance platforms) — is starting to change the overall investment process.
In this episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel sits down with returning guest David Bennell, advisor at Transformational Investing in Food Systems (TIFS). Together, they talk about the standardization of impact investing in the government and industry and the effects of decentralized financial trading. Kim and David also unveil easy things we can do to adjust and be prepared for the newest era of the web.
Kim and David discuss:
Standardizing impact investing on the government and industry level
How crypto impacts the overall investment process
Accepting the new digital era based on trust and time
Understanding the ‘what’ and not the ‘how’ of web 3.0
David Bannell is a global leader in ESG and Sustainability engagement between corporations, investors, and non-profits. He bridges the ESG gap between investors and companies by creating engagement tools and collaborations like the investor portal Engage The Chain and the six-part global Food Systems Dialogue for Investors series, which had participation from over 75 major corporations and 50+ institutional investors and major banks.