You can put your money to work for you, your family, and your world. Socially responsible investing (sri) can earn competitive returns, and while helping to build a sustainable future and enhance our quality of life through shareholder activism.
Sri dates back to biblical times when judaic law laid down directives to invest ethically. Sri is becoming more common and accessible to all investors—with socially screened portfolios growing from $639 billion in 1995 to more than $3 trillion at the beginning of 2010. Most studies show that sri-screened portfolios have about the same risk-adjusted returns as their un-screened counterparts.*