Boston - Recent inflation numbers have continued to surprise investors and economists, coming in above the high end of projections. Even those who make their living forecasting economic conditions have consistently underestimated inflation pressures.
Calvert has been at the forefront of ESG investing for decades (focusing on matters related to the Environment, Society and corporate Governance). It’s this extensive experience that allows us to better understand how the pressing challenges facing society today underpin a complex range of both risks and opportunities for the companies in which we invest.
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Calvert CEO John Streur explains how Calvert actively works with companies to help improve their ESG practices.
Discover the principles Calvert relies on to create long-term shareholder value and improve societal outcomes.
An Approach Based on Materiality
To assess how well a company is positioned to respond to various Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) challenges or capitalize on opportunities, our team draws on expertise in specific economic sectors and data from diverse sources to determine which specific factors may drive corporate performance in any given industry.
Influence That Makes an Impact
A critical element of our approach is actively engaging with companies and broader investor coalitions and industry groups to drive greater accountability and action. By helping companies understand the potential financial benefits of responsible practices, we can help affect meaningful change.
Washington - Over the last 50 years, we have seen the key driver of the global economy shift from natural resources to human talent, ushering in the era of the "Talent Economy." This megatrend now impacts all major economies as companies place greater focus on intellectual capital and a diverse workforce as material, competitive factors for business success.
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