Investors Want to Turn Green
- DO INVESTORS WANT FIRMS TO BE GREEN? ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE, OWNERSHIP AND STOCK MARKET LIQUIDITY. FERNANDO, CHITRU S.; SHARFMAN, MARK P.; UYSAL, VAHAP B. // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings;2009, p1
The article presents the results of research on socially responsible investing (SRI) in green businesses, focusing on the question of whether corporate environmentalism affects a firm's stock market liquidity. An overview of related previous studies is provided, along with details of the...
- OUTSIDER. // Money Management;10/21/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 39, p32
Reports on news items concerning the Australian financial services industry as of October 21, 2004. "Money Management" magazine's search for the 2004 Financial Planner of the Year Award; Credit Suisse Asset Management survey of investors which found that financial planners were only marginally...
- Banken fï¿½rchten Belastungen durch neue Liquiditï¿½tsvorschriften. // Risiko Manager;2011, Issue 23, p3
The article discusses the results of a survey conducted by Allianz Global Investors and Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (Mittelstands Polytechnic), showing the banking industry fears strains from new liquidity regulations.
- Majority of advisers prepared for RDR, Allianz finds. Jackson, Gary // Fundweb;4/30/2012, p16
The article focuses on the Allianz Global Investors' reports that shows majority of advisers has prepared for retail distribution review (RDR). It also found that 60 percent of the 164 financial advisers have already prepared to move onto a fee-based charging. According to the managing director...
- SOME ANTINOMIAN TRENDS IN ETHICAL INVESTMENT. Morgan, H.M. // National Observer;Spring2001, Issue 50, p15
Focuses on the antinomian trends of ethical investment in the United States. Correlation of financial performance with environmental and social responsibility; Demand of investors on the environmental and human rights issues; Details on the ethical intermediary between investor and funds...
- a matter of OPINION. Korn, Donald Jay // Financial Planning;Aug2004, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p52
Discusses the idea of socially responsible investing (SRI). Reason for not using SRI; Issue on choosing funds; Increase in total SRI assets in the U.S.; Efforts of financial planners to attract the interest of clients. INSET: Where Sin Is In.
- RI's slippery slope to common ground. Taylor, Mike // Money Management;7/8/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p1
The article reports on a roundtable conference conducted by the journal according to which the provision of a commonly-agreed set of definitions describing the funds in Australia will benefit the financial planners seeking to recommend ethical or sustainable investments to clients in the country.
- Simon Collins: Ethical case study on Ucis. // Money Marketing (Online Edition);11/1/2012, p63
The author discusses the ethical issues on unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS) in Great Britain. He mentions that financial advisers must explain to clients why they believe the investment is desirable for their circumstances. He states that advisers must consider how to meet the...
- National push for ethical investing agenda. Moore, Bela // Money Management;3/14/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p1
The article reports on the efforts of financial planners' group Ethical Adviser Co-op in developing ethical investing agenda in Australia.