In this episode Melissa Joy, CFP® and Maya Philipson, Co-Founder of Adasina Social Capital, discuss an investing strategy intended to organize investors to stop giving their dollars to companies that exacerbate racial, gender, economic and climate inequities. Maya and her partner Rachel Robasciotti launched Adasina Social Capital as a company dedicated to serving as a bridge between social justice movements and financial markets in 2020. Listen to this episode to find out about his unique investment screening process and what this could mean for our industry.
You will learn:
- How a community screening model works.
- What the process for looking at companies and their impact on communities means for investors.
- How partnerships with social justice organizations that represent communities most impacted by systemic inequities can help identify investment opportunities.
- How environmental issues and racial inequities are related.
- Find out more about Adasina Social Capital.
- Press on launch of Adasina Social Capital.
- Connect on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse the opinions or services of Maya Philipson or Adasina Social Capital. Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse, authorize, or sponsor any of the listed websites or their respective sponsors. Raymond James is not responsible for the content of any website or the collection or use of information regarding any website’s users and/or members. Incorporating sustainable investing criteria into the investment selection process may result in investment performance deviating from other investment strategies or broad market benchmarks. Any opinions are those of Maya Philipson and not necessarily those of RJFS or Raymond James. Investing involves risk and you may incur a profit or loss regardless of strategy selected.