Redefining the term "investing"...
Today's investors have a different mindset... They scrutinize what they buy, what they eat and where they shop... Their investments are no different.
In short, they want to be more connected. If this describes you, then there is a better way to invest.
It's called Sustainable and Responsible Investing, it's about you, and it works. At Boardwalk Capital Management, we help individuals and institutions create intelligent portfolios of sustainable, responsible and impact investments, bringing best-of-class, cost effective solutions to investors of all sizes. Competitive financial returns with measurable social impact.
As specialists in sustainable and responsible investing, Boardwalk helps you achieve your financial goals while building a legacy you can be proud of.
And we are a Certified B Corporation which means that as a company we will seek to do business a little differently, balancing profit with social impact and environmental stewardship.
Your values define your portfolio.
"For the first time, I'm proud of my investments.
And I like being a part of the solution."
"I like knowing that I'm investing in fair employers."
"Our bond investments finance schools, water and hospitals.
We are helping communities while earning a competitive interest rate."
"Climate change worries me.
At least I know my companies are reducing their carbon footprint."
Today's investors have a different mindset... They scrutinize what they buy, what they eat and where they shop... Their investments are no different. In short, they want to be more connected. If this describes you, then there is a better way to invest. It's called Sustainable and Responsible Investing, it's about you, and it works.
At Boardwalk Capital Management, we help individuals and institutions create intelligent portfolios of sustainable, responsible and impact investments, bringing best-of-class, cost effective solutions to investors of all sizes.
Conventional thinking is wrong. So, challenge it!
Investors often believe that they must choose between profit and impact -- that they must ignore environmental and human factors in order to earn competitive returns. But research proves the opposite: Companies who care about the impact of their activities are better long term investments than those who do not.
It's also about risk management
Sustainable investors know what they own -- to suit their values, of course, but also to manage risk.
Risks from resource scarcity and climate change are real and growing. Regulations are in flux, creating new winners and losers. And with consumer attitudes shifting rapidly, poor corporate citizens risk being left in the cold.
These new risks require new approaches. And, sustainable investors are already using them.
So, Click HERE to get started, or call us at 404-343-2026.
Let's redefine what it means to invest.
The Sustainable Investor: In Pursuit of an Enlightened Investment Portfolio
At the Intersection of Work and Purpose
October 13, 2014
"Never has there been a more exciting time for all of us to explore this great next frontier where boundaries between work and purpose are merging into one, where doing good really is good for business."
Sir Richard Branson -- CEO, Virgin Group
in his book Screw Business As Usual Sir Richard Branson has always been a highly quotable CEO, and the quote at the top of this page is among my favorites. It highlights the transition that we are all experiencing: That "purpose" (i.e., doing good) is now a critical part of business success.
Customers demand it. Employees are attracted to it. ...
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NY Times: Investing to Make a Difference is Gaining Ground
September 01, 2014
By PAUL SULLIVAN, New York Times
If there is a traditional path to becoming an impact investor, it is the one taken by David Keller, who made a lot of money at a young age and retired from Cisco Systems in his 40s in 2002.
Mr. Keller got the idea of starting a family foundation and wondered if he could do more good by putting some of the foundation’s money in investments that would have a positive social impact.
“With a modest family foundation, I knew I wasn’t going...
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July 27, 2014
"In business, sustainability means managing human and natural capital with the same vigor we apply to the management of financial capital. It means widening the scope of our awareness so we can understand fully the "true cost" of every choice we make."
Ray C. Anderson -- CEO, Interface, on defining "sustainability"
We can all read Ray Anderson's words above, appreciate his passion, and be inspired by his vision. But what if we aren't all visionaries like Ray? How can we create an authentic experience that reflects our passions in something as mundane as investing?
Keep in mind that the...
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Be Ahead of the Curve...
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