Monthly Archives: August 2015

New York City Comptroller Talks “Work-Life Integration”

New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer engaged executives from both HR and investment/asset management in a robust conversation about the importance of flexibility, diversity and work life issues at a roundtable on August 11th co-hosted by Families and Work Institute (FWI) and Cornerstone Capital Group, a sustainable finance advisory platform. Several of FWI’s Corporate… Read more »

Addressing Deforestation Through Sustainable Finance

Trends in Standards and Certification in Brazil are Focus of Workshop How might LatAM banks advance their policies, products and tools to better incorporate sustainability measures? And what models for engagement might evolve as best practices for public and private entities addressing deforestation concerns?  Those were just some of the subjects discussed at a daylong workshop organized by… Read more »

Four Questions for Alphabet

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Google’s impending restructuring into a holding company called Alphabet doesn’t change the underlying business so much as make explicit the company’s dual-track nature. On one track, Google has a mature search/advertising business; on the other, an investment company with a focus on speculative technology investments and basic research. The new structure, intended to provide transparency to investors about the relative performance of each side of the business, will be welcomed by investors.