Sustainable Investing: A Defense
September 9, 2015 – Today, the Wall Street Journal released "Sustainable Investing: A Defense," a Q&A with Boston Common's Founder and President, Geeta Aiyer, CFA.
Alex Davidson writes:
"Socially responsible investing is a philosophy that has been around for decades, and many still view it as a fad or niche.
For Geeta Aiyer, however, president and founder of Boston Common Asset Management, which oversees $2.2 billion, basing investments on social and environmental thinking is good business. […]
The Wall Street Journal spoke with Ms. Aiyer about her business and what she considers to be the shortcomings of the more commonly practiced, short-term, quick-turnaround model of investing."
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