Nick Sargen

PREMIUM: HARADA & KHANDUJA

April 17, 2019

INVESTING FOR IMPACT

Environmental impact investing is attracting dollars and delivering results. Two experts share their investment strategies.


WEALTHTRACK Episode #1544; Originally Broadcast on April 19, 2019

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CHRISTINE HARADA

VISHAL KHANDUJA

  • Portfolio Manager,
  • Calvert Green Bond Fund

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Social Value Investing: A Management Framework for Effective Partnerships
By Howard Warren Buffett and William Eimicke

  • Public, private, philanthropic partnerships can work
  • Neither sector can solve global challenges by themselves
  • Working together can be more effective in addressing big issues such as inequality, climate change, affordable house, healthcare & food insecurity
  • Buffett & Eimicke show examples of effective & ineffective ways to partner



Social Value Investing: A Management Framework for Effective Partnerships


HARADA: GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION

  • Invest in companies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Focus on commercial real estate and electrified transportation

KHANDUJA: SUSTAINABLE BOND SWEET SPOT

  • Bonds maturing in one to five years best place to be
  • Renewable energy bonds best for long-term impact

  • Avangrid, Inc. (AGR)
  • Solar Mosaic (privately held)


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This is the first appearance of both guests on WEALTHTRACK

HARADA: LOGICAL CHOICE

Christine Harada, an aerospace engineer by training is the president of i(x) investments, a startup focused on venture capital investments in companies making a positive impact on society. She says one led to the other.

KHANDUJA: UNEXPECTED OPPORTUNITIES

As a portfolio manager Vishal Khanduja was focused largely on obtaining the best risk-adjusted financial returns for his clients. Then he joined socially responsible investing pioneer, Calvert.

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SARGEN: CAREER MISSION & WILBY: UNPLUGGED INVESTOR

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SARGEN: CAREER MISSION

After 40 years as a global  economist and strategist Nick Sargen relinquished his Chief Investment Officer role at Fort Washington Investment Advisors to become Chief Economist and Investment Strategist, as well as complete his soon to be published book, Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets. He talks about the decision to shift career gears.

WILBY: UNPLUGGED INVESTOR

Both as  a professional investor managing top performing mutual funds and as an active investor managing his own retirement account Bill Wilby was hooked on his data full Bloomberg terminal. Until recently that is. He explains why, after 30 plus years, he recently became unplugged.

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