Weekly News Round-Up: March 29, 2019

Please find this week's news round-up below.

 

 

In this week's news round-up, we're sharing a new opportunity to mentor the next generation of sustainable investing professionals. For endowment leaders looking to dig deeper, we invite you to join us for a free, interactive, half-day workshop in Philadelphia May 2nd from 1-5pm (see details for endowments here, and others in the network may be interested in the full conference).

The events calendar at the end of this week’s round-up is getting full - and please send us any other conferences or meetings where you’d like to see your fellow IEN members.

Have a great weekend, 
Hannah

Hannah Bowen
Network Manager, The Intentional Endowments Network
www.intentionalendowments.org

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Opportunities for Action

SIILK Mentorship Program | Intentional Endowments Network

  • IEN Members are invited to participate in the new SIILK Network Mentorship Program, a program designed to connect current students with experts from the sustainable investing industry, with the ultimate goal of creating a more diverse pipeline of finance professionals with a solid grasp on sustainable investing.
 
New Resources & Reports

Repository Of Gender Lens Investing Resources | Global Impact Investing Network

  • Check out the GIIN’s new gender lens investing repository, which includes curated research, case studies, and online resources to learn more about gender lens investing and ways to integrate this strategy into your investment portfolio.

Deforestation Risks Escalate in Brazil as Cattle Slaughter Hits Highest Levels Since 2014 | Chain Reaction Research

  • As we learned on a recent IEN webinar, deforestation is a climate risk that can be addressed by investors. This update from Chain Reaction Research looks at the risks associated with Brazil’s cattle industry.
 
 
Sustainable Investing By Institutional Asset Owners

Aligning Purpose and Investments: Why Are You Stuck? | Stanford Social Innovation Review

  • Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation president and CEO Sherece Y. West-Scantlebury shares the Foundation’s path through many years of board education, debate, discussion, and changing their investment advisor to Cambridge Associates—to today, with close to 36 percent of the endowment, amounting to more than $47.1 million, being mission aligned and invested with firms led by people of color or women.

Swiss €8bn Public Pension Fund Developing Sustainability Strategy | Investment & Pensions Europe

  • The public pension fund for the Swiss canton of Basel-Landschaft is developing an investment strategy more oriented towards sustainability. Stephan Wetterwald, chief executive at the CHF9.4bn (€8.3bn) pension fund, said: “We are aware that as a public pension fund, we are particularly called upon to take account of ethical as well as economic criteria in our investment policy.”

Dutch Retail Sector Pension Divests 500 firms for ESG Reasons | Investment & Pensions Europe

  • Detailhandel, the €21bn Dutch pension fund for the retail sector, has divested its stake in 500 of the 1,600 companies in its portfolio in order to refocus its investments on climate goals, human rights issues and labour conditions. To make its new policy work, it has developed a new index in co-operation with FTSE Russell. According to the industry-wide scheme, which has a €5.8bn stake in developed market equities, both carbon emissions and fossil fuel stocks in its new passive portfolio had halved.

Austrian Bishops Become Third Conference to Divest from Fossil Fuels | Catholic News Service

  • The Austrian conference is the third to announce plans to divest, joining the bishops of Belgium and Ireland in the worldwide campaign. Overall, 120 Catholic institutions have ceased investing in companies that produce coal, oil and natural gas, according to the Global Catholic Climate Movement.
 
Sustainable, Responsible, Impact & ESG Investing

Funds Are Flowing From Philanthropy to Investments; Is This A Good Thing? | Forbes

  • Funds earmarked for schools, hospitals or other popular philanthropist projects are being diverted into investment funds, which align themselves with certain sustainability goals. But who's winning from this windfall? The UN Sustainable Development Goals currently face an annual funding shortfall of $2.5 trillion. Investors can go some way to bridging that gap, says Standard Chartered.

Here’s Why Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma and Other Investors are Pouring Billions into Clean-tech Ventures | CNBC

  • Shifts in energy market trends, investment patterns and the global mindset toward climate change are creating new rationales for investments in companies and projects in the clean energy space. But the technologies themselves — which range from more efficient means of generating renewable energy to distributed grid storage systems and better battery technology — have also evolved substantially since the last renewable investment boom tapered in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

How to Marie Kondo Your Investments So They Spark Joy, Too | Quartz

  • Crane Institute of Sustainability (IEN’s host organization) Board Member Natasha Lamb offers tips to “clear out the investments that no longer serve you” in an effort to align investments not only with your financial goals, but invest in solutions to some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges.

Infrastructure Investors Making ESG a Priority | Raconteur

  • Growing awareness of responsible investing, which considers environmental, social and governance factors, has transformed the conversation in the infrastructure sector.

Green Investing in Marine Activities Is ‘Pretty Exciting’: Credit Suisse | CNBC

  • At the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference, Marisa Drew, CEO of the impact advisory and finance department said: “We’re seeing of course pollution issues, warming of the oceans ... overfishing, and our clients and investors really deeply care about trying to resolve some of these issues. So they’re saying: ’How do I take this passion for the oceans and find an investible format?” Some examples include sustainable fisheries, maritime transport and better waste management.

Commentary: An Investor’s Introduction to Climate Change | Pensions & Investments

  • The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change formed a working group to create a five-step framework to help asset owners and managers use scenario analysis as a means of understanding how climate change can drive financial impact across their portfolios. A key element this initiative identified was the need to take a cross-functional approach, bringing together experts with backgrounds in risk management, investment and ESG to create outcomes which are actionable and investment-relevant.

How Virtuous Investing May Soon Be the Norm | The Times (UK)

  • If you believe the world’s largest fund manager, it is only a matter of time before ethical investing becomes the norm. BlackRock predicts that ESG funds will account for 60 per cent of the global growth in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the next ten years, meaning a twentyfold increase in total fund assets to $250 billion. Professional investors seem to agree. A survey by Greenwich Associates, a management consulting company, last year found that nearly half of European institutional investors expect to have more than 50 per cent of their assets managed using ESG criteria within the next five years.

Message to the Sceptics: Sustainability is the Future of Investing | Corporate Citizenship

  • This piece examines the debate over how fast ESG is becoming mainstream, stemming from different understandings of key terminology, as well as confusion about the variety of ESG ratings data. The author argues that “the future of ESG is not convergence around a single, “accurate” ratings methodology. It’s the emergence of a broader landscape of investor-relevant big data. It’s new ways of measuring intangibles, driven by an improved understanding of long-term value.”

ESG Investors Aren't Riding With Tesla While Elon is Driving | The Street

  • Ethan Powell, CEO of Impact Shares, explained that
  • investors properly following ESG outlines were likely saved from the steep slide in Tesla shares. In short, single factor investing is rarely advisable, and an ESG analysis of stocks like Tesla help make that readily apparent.
 
Shareholder Engagement

30 Years Later, Investors Still Lead The Way On Sustainability | Forbes

  • Ceres CEO and president Mindy Lubber reflects on investor action that has transformational corporate change, 30 years after the Exxon Valdez disaster prompted a wave of environmental activism including the founding of Ceres.

Can the tools of capitalism curb climate change? | High Country News

  • Using the example of IEN member Trillium Asset Manager’s engagement with EOG Resources, this piece discusses trends in shareholder engagement and recent shifts in the SEC response. Investors typically rely on three approaches to drive change: the carrot, the stick and the ax. The carrot is a dialogue between shareholders and companies. If that doesn’t work, investors can turn to the metaphorical sticks — non-binding resolutions voted on at annual shareholder meetings pushing a company in a particular direction — or the ax: divestment.

Opinion: Blame Your Index Fund for Why Companies Don’t Do More to Fight Climate Change | MarketWatch

  • This year, investors are gearing up to vote on 303 resolutions that touch on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. But if 2018 was any indication — environmental and social resolutions garnered just over 25% of votes cast — many of these initiatives are still doomed to fail, and your index fund may shoulder a fair amount of the blame. For investors frustrated with the pace of corporate climate-change action, it may seem like divesting from fossil fuels is the best response. However, it may make more sense to keep the sector but “nag or bag” your fund manager.

SEC Commissioner Takes Agency Lead on Proxy-voting Efforts | Pensions & Investments

  • The SEC's newest commissioner, Elad L. Roisman, is leading the agency's efforts to revamp the nation's proxy-voting system and is taking a look at how proxy-advisory firms' services are utilized and whether any additional regulation is necessary. The SEC has made proxy voting a core issue. In November, it hosted a daylong roundtable discussion on the matter and observers expect to see a rule-making proposal sometime this year.

Asset Managers Can Justify Active Fund Fees Through Activism On Governance | Forbes

  • Active investor engagement on technology and cyber risk presents an opportunity for asset managers to benefit from the scale of influence they can impose on improving returns due to improved governance — an area where even leading technology companies struggle. Old habits die hard, and fund managers will continue to rely on the decades-old emphasis on in-house research departments to gain a performance edge. However, the alternative to the old way is increasing shareholder engagement. Research has shown engagement to improve long-term stock performance.

NZ investors act on terror attack | Top 1000 Funds

  • In a joint shareholder engagement the largest investors in New Zealand with combined assets under management of NZ$90 billion ($61.6 billion) called on Facebook, Google and Twitter to take more responsibility for the material they publish and fulfil their duty of care to prevent harm to their users and society. The New Zealand five, which all hold Alphabet and Facebook stocks, are calling on other global investors including sovereign wealth funds, asset owners and investment managers to join them in engaging with the tech companies, saying collective action will give the initiative the most impact.
 
Green Bonds

What Are Green Bonds and How ‘Green’ Is Green? | Bloomberg

  • Provides a concise overview of green bonds, covering what green bonds finance, the scope of the $580 billion market, standards used to judge how “green” green bonds are, returns relative to conventional bonds, and the difference between green and sustainable bonds.

New Standards to Drive U.S. Sustainability-Linked Lending | U.S. News & World Report

  • Global standards set in place by loan trade associations that tie syndicated loan pricing to companies’ sustainability performance are expected to stimulate the budding U.S. green lending market. Sustainability-linked loans are any kind of loans that incentivize borrowers with margin reductions or increases depending on their ability to meet pre-set environmental performance targets. Last year, sustainability-linked loans issued globally topped $36 billion, led by European companies, according to Moody’s. Global issuance in the more mature green bond market, in contrast, could jump 20 percent to $200 billion this year.

EU Outlines Plans for Higher Sustainability Standards | Portfolio Advisor

  • Speaking at the High Level Sustainable Finance Conference, European Commission vice president told delegates that the Commission’s Technical Expert Group was preparing new guidance in the areas of green bonds, carbon benchmarking and on the EU climate change taxonomy.
 
 
Gender Lens Investing

Investors Have to Guess at Gender Diversity Metrics When Most Firms Don't Say | Bloomberg

  • While about 85 percent of companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index report sustainability information today, only about 50 percent disclose diversity metrics to investors. That’s a challenge for investors who want to focus on women, and there are more of them than ever. Assets in the “gender lens” investing space have doubled in the last year to more than $4 billion, and they’re poised to keep growing. For the first time, women in the U.S. now control more wealth than men, and women globally should control $72 trillion in wealth by 2020.

How Women Entrepreneurs Are Redefining Managing Their Wealth | Forbes

  • Between 2007 and 2018, the growth rate of women-owned businesses generating revenues of more than $1 million outpaced the rate of businesses in general: 46% compared to 12% respectively, according to American Express 2018 State of Women-Owned Businesses*. Wealth management companies, take note: women entrepreneurs are taking control of their wealth portfolios, and the old habit of ignoring them has got to go. Women take a holistic approach to managing wealth, which includes their investment portfolio and philanthropy, according to Joseph Keefe President and CEO of Pax World Management. “Women want their wealth portfolio to be aligned with their values.”
 
Community Impact Investing

Council: Can Social Impact Investing End Homelessness? | Austin Chronicle

  • Summary of a framework for social impact investing in which up-front private money goes toward housing and services, coordinated by an Ending Community Homelessness Coalition, for up to 250 people that can break their cycle of chronic homelessness and the accompanying high-cost police and EMS calls, jail stays, and emergency room visits. If the intervention doesn't work, then the private "impact investors" lose their money, but if the desired outcomes are met, the "payors" deliver a return on the investment. Here, those payors include the city, county, and philanthropic funds, facilitated by Social Finance, Inc., the nonprofit funder that developed the first social impact bond program in 2010.
 
 
Investment Firm News

Are You Seeking Top-rated Responsible Investing Funds? There’s a Rating for That | CNBC

  • The Morningstar Sustainability Rating measures how well an investment fund’s holdings stack up on ESG issues compared to its peers. The measurement is put together using the thousands of portfolios that Morningstar collects from mutual funds, ETFs and managed portfolios around the world. The firm then applies company-level data from its partner firm, Sustainalytics, to come up with asset-weighted scores for funds.

Words into Action: Investing for Impact | BusinessWorld

  • The global head of private banking and wealth management at Standard Chartered Bank discusses the trend of affluent and high net worth individuals increasingly thinking about their role as responsible global citizens. With the risks from major challenges, such as climate change and lack of access to health care and education, becoming ever clearer, clients are looking actively for opportunities to effect positive change and can use the SDGs as a framework.

UBS Tightens Coal Financing Standards & Strengthens Sustainable Investments | Clean Technica

  • Swiss investment banking giant UBS has decided to further tighten its standards on coal financing transactions, ruling out project-level finance to new coal-fired power plants around the world, at the same time as the bank seeks double penetration of sustainable investments by 2020. UBS’s $313 billion core SI assets increased by 72% in 2018 from $182 billion in 2017, driven primarily by the integration of ESG factors into UBS Asset Management’s investment research process. UBS also directed $1.9 billion of client assets towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) related impact investments, increasing its progress towards its target of $5 billion in commitments by the end of 2021.

Calvert'​s Khanduja on Socially Responsible Short Duration | Bond Fund Intelligence

  • BFI interviews Vishal Khanduja, Vice President at Calvert Research and Management (​now part of Eaton Vance). Calvert, one of the original "ESG" or responsible investment managers, is based in Washington, D.​C., with assets under management of over $​14 billion (​as of 12/​31/​18). The profile discusses their Short Duration Income Fund, and a number of other bond market topics.
 
Climate Risk, Science, and Regulation

Puerto Rico Has Just Passed Its Own Green New Deal | Forbes

  • Puerto Rico has passed a bill to radically transform the island's economy with renewable energy as the central pillar. The territory’s legislature approved Senate Bill 1121 (PS 1121), the Puerto Rico Energy Public Policy Act, which will set the island on a path to 100% renewable energy by 2050. The bill pushes the island to become a leader in clean energy technology that can better withstand future hurricanes and improve quality of life for Puerto Ricans.

Carbon Emissions Hit a Record High | Bloomberg

  • Carbon emissions from fossil-fuel use hit a record last year after energy demand grew at its fastest pace in a decade, the International Energy Agency found. Emissions are still increasing in China and India. The U.S. saw an increase of emissions after they fell in 2017. Germany, Japan, Mexico, France and the U.K. all saw declining output. The world needs to cut the use of coal-fired power to almost nothing by 2050 to get anywhere close to limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, a panel of United Nations scientists said in a report last year..

Fed Describes How Climate Change Affects U.S. Economy | Pensions & Investments

  • Climate change has a direct and indirect impact on the U.S. economy and presents "relevant considerations for the Federal Reserve in fulfilling its mandate for macroeconomic and financial stability," according to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The policy note said that “for the Fed, the volatility induced by climate change and the efforts to adapt to new conditions and to limit or mitigate climate change are … increasingly relevant considerations.”

Climate Change Could Make Insurance Too Expensive for Most People | Mother Jones

  • The world’s largest reinsurance firm warned that premium rises could become a pressing social issue. Insurers have warned that climate change could make cover for ordinary people unaffordable after the world’s largest reinsurance firm blamed global warming for $24 billion of losses in the Californian wildfires.

AT&T, Fearing Rising Hurricane and Flood Costs, Commissions 30-year Coastal Climate Modeling | Dallas News

  • Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory modeled flooding, hurricane and wind storms at the neighborhood level in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, to help AT&T Inc. tame its own rising natural disaster costs by building its infrastructure with local climate change in mind.

BP Pledges $100 Million to Cut Emissions From Oil Operations | Bloomberg

  • BP Plc has set up a $100 million fund for projects that will reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from its oil and gas exploration and production operations over the next three years. The new Upstream Carbon Fund is in addition to the $500 million that BP has already pledged to invest each year in low-carbon energy technology. The London-based company said it’s already achieved more than 70 percent of the 3.5 million-ton sustainable reduction in greenhouse gas emissions its targeting from 2016 to 2025.

Disclosures of Physical Climate Change Risks: A Case Study | ABA

  • Publicly held companies are facing increased pressure to disclose climate change risks to shareholders. Institutional investors, asset owners, and asset managers are among the groups of stakeholders supporting increased disclosure of material climate change risks under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules and related guidance. The American Bar Association walks through the steps companies can take to estimate material climate change risks, including facilities/infrastructure risks.

Climate risk: Need for More Collaboration Between Research and Finance | CICERO

  • A new report provides insight to what investors need to make better investment decisions in a changing climate. Using case studies from three European countries, the ClimINVEST project recommends collaborative efforts between researchers and the financial sector on improving climate information for risk assessment.

It's the Best Time to Own Some Stock in a Dying U.S. Coal Miner | Bloomberg

  • U.S. coal companies returned almost $3.7 billion in dividends and buybacks to shareholders in the 12 months through September, and S&P Global Ratings expects more of the same this year. That’s boosting yields to unheard-of levels, in some cases to about nine times that of 10-year treasuries. The returns reflect the state of an industry that’s slowly dying. Strong export prices are providing healthy cash flows for now. But with U.S. utilities largely shifting to cheap natural gas and clean renewables, there’s not much reason to dig new mines or scoop up acquisitions. For large miners, including Peabody Energy Corp., returning money to investors is the default setting.

Midwest Floods Snarl America's Already Tough Farm Economy | Bloomberg

  • Already suffering from low crop prices and the U.S.-China trade war, Mother Nature has delivered yet another blow to the beleaguered American farmer. Growers in the heartland this year have seen arctic cold blasts, been blanketed by snow and just in the last week were inundated by floods. Archer-Daniels-Midland Co., one of the world’s biggest agribusinesses, said Monday that it expects weather disruptions to have a negative pretax operating profit impact of $50 million to $60 million for the first quarter.

California Works to Head off Another Season of Deadly Fires | Bloomberg

  • Governor Gavin Newsom declared an emergency to speed up prevention work. The hope is for a cooler-than-normal spring and summer, keeping vegetation moist longer, delaying the onset of the annual infernos before the rains return in October or November. The Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire on record in California, started on Nov. 8, weeks after the rains usually return. Although Cal Fire’s investigators haven’t cited the cause, PG&E has said it is “probable” its equipment will be identified as an ignition source. Investors fled the stock after the Camp Fire broke out. The utility filed for bankruptcy reorganization in January, facing at least $30 billion in potential wildfire liabilities.
 
 
General Higher Education Endowment News

Texas Lawmakers Propose Major Reforms for $44B School Endowment | Houston Chronicle

  • Lawmakers are proposing a wide range of fixes for the state’s public school endowment, which has lost out on billions in growth during the past decade while paying out less to schoolchildren.The Chronicle’s investigation found a series of law changes since 2001 have radically reshaped the structure of the $44 billion Texas Permanent School Fund, impacting its performance and the amount of money it sends to schools.
 
 
Fossil Fuel Divestment

Massachusetts Bill Would Free Local Retirement Systems to Divest from Fossil Fuels | Energy News Network

  • The Massachusetts Legislature is considering measures that would clear the way for municipal and county retirement systems to pull out of fossil fuel investments. The proposals follow several defeated attempts to get the state system to divest. Legislators are now considering a local option bill that would authorize any municipal or county retirement system to divest from fossil fuels should they so choose. The state regulatory authority oversees 104 public pension plans across the state, with about $86 billion in total assets. Roughly 4 percent of that total is invested in fossil fuel-related assets, MassDivest estimated. 

Can Norway's oil, gas divestment encourage India's leapfrog into solar? | ETEnergyWorld

  • The energy void created by a declining fossil fuel sector is being filled by alternatives. According to India’s recently submitted biennial report to the United Nations, over 23 gigawatts of solar capacity have been installed or commissioned. Given that India is building many of the world’s biggest solar parks and also harbours high wind power ambitions, there is no reason to waste precious foreign currency on imported gas or thermal coal.

Opinion: University of Florida Should Drop Fossil Fuels from Its Endowment | Tampa Bay Times

  • This student opinion piece notes that at UF in Gainesville, students are coming together informally and formally — under a nonprofit organization called DivestUF — to call on the university to divest from fossil fuel companies. As a research university finding solutions for the world, the imperative is two-fold: (1) environmental justice and (2) leadership.

Editorial: Time Is More Than Up for Boston University to Divest from Fossil Fuels | Daily Free Press

  • This editorial supports the proposal from DivestBU to Boston University’s Board of Trustees to divest the endowment from all fossil fuel companies. In 2016, President Robert Brown sent a letter to the BU community stating the university would do its best to avoid investing in companies that extract coal and tar sands. The Board of Trustees also directed its Investment Committee to revisit the issue of divestment at least every five years as economic, climatic and technological developments may warrant. Students are pushing for an earlier reassessment, to actively divest, and to establish a Green Economies fund.

OP-ED: There’s No Excuse for NC State’s Irresponsible Investment Strategies | The Technician

  • Student opinion piece argues for expansion of the socially responsible investing strategies NC State has employed with its $50 million Park Scholarships fund to the endowment at large, as well as divestment from fossil fuels.

Climate Justice Cornell Demands Fossil Fuel Divestment During Rally | Cornell Daily Sun

  • Students with Climate Justice Cornell rallied ahead of a Board of Trustees meeting to make the case for fossil fuel divestment. The Board of Trustees voted in January 2016 against fossil fuel divestment. Joanne DeStefano, Cornell’s chief financial officer, said at the time that the University would only divest to a corporation under “extraordinary circumstances” that “violate the University’s most deeply held values.”
 
Private Prison Divestment

Mythbusters: Top Five Myths About Prison Divestment | Harvard Law Record

  • Organizers with the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign addresses the specific goals of the campaign (divestment from all companies that significantly profit off of prisons), concerns about the legality of prison divestment, the need for greater transparency on endowment holdings, endowment performance concerns, and the policy consequences of endowment investment strategies.    
 
Calendar of Upcoming Events

IEN Events:

Student Conference for Corporate Responsibility l Yale's Dwight Hall SRI Fund and The Intentional Endowments Network, April 13-14, 2019, New Haven, CT 

HBCU Impact Investment Summit | HBCU Green Fund and The Intentional Endowments Network, April 17, 2019, Durham, North Carolina

Intentionally Designed Endowment Roundtable at Total Impact Philadelphia | May 2, 2019, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. ET, Philadelphia, PA

Other Events:

Impact Investing Forum 2019 | Opal Group, March 31-April 3, 2019, Palm Beach, FL

Yale Impact Investing Conference 2019 | Yale School of Management, April 5, 2019, New Haven, CT

Impact Investing: Achieving Financial Returns While Doing Good | Brookings Institution, April 8, 2019, 10:30am-12pm EDT, Washington, DC and webcast

5th Annual Responsible Investing Summit l Financial Research Associates, April 9-10, 2019, New York, NY

Global Business Forum | Resource Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities for Global Business | Freshfields and Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, April 10, 2019, New York

ESG Asset Owners Summit | CFA Society Washington DC, April 11, 2019, Washington, DC

Fundamentals of the Opportunity Finance Industry/Certificate in Community Development Finance Course l  Center for Impact Finance at the University of New Hampshire & Opportunity Finance Network, April 10-12, 2019, Durham, NC

National Conference on Trusteeship | Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, April 12-14, 2019, Orlando, FL

You Have Deforestation in Your Supply Chain: What Now? | Ceres, April 18, 2019 9:30-10:30 EDT, webinar

Total Impact Philadelphia 2019 l Total Impact, May 1-2, 2019, Philadelphia, PA 

American Climate Leadership Summit 2019 | May 1-2, 2019, Washington, DC

Davos on the Delta l iSelect Fund, May 14-15, 2019, Memphis, TN

2nd Annual Advisors Forum | Confluence Philanthropy, June 24-25, 2019, San Francisco, CA

 

 

 

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