The Future of Capitalism
Joel Rosenthal, President of Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, speaks to Force for Good about American oligarchs and uber capitalism
Joel Rosenthal, President of Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, speaks to Force for Good about American Oligarchs and the uber capitalism that is reshaping the boundaries of power and responsibility
Theodor Weimer, CEO of the Deutsche Börse, speaks to Force for Good on the need for capitalism to adapt to a world on the brink of major catastrophe
Theodor Weimer, CEO of the Deutsche Börse: On capitalism for an age of great challenges, and the need to transform to be relevant for all
Sir Jon Symonds: COVID is a Red Line for the World
Force for Good speaks to Sir Jon Symonds at the UN World Investment Forum
Keki Mistry: A Home is the Foundation of Dignity
Force for Good talks to Keki Mistry, CEO, HDFC Ltd. at the UN World Investment Forum
Peter Harrison: Investing in Sustainability is an Imperative
Force for Good talks to Peter Harrison, Group Chief Executive Officer, Schroders plc, discussing the key challenges facing the world on sustainability and the finance industry’s role in addressing these providing a frank and open dialogue on driving critical changeWatch
Driving Change in the World
General Manager & Business Responsibility Officer, HDFC limited, tells us how providing housing at scale is a high social impact endeavour
Carsten Stendevad: Impact is the Third Dimension to Investing
Carsten Stendevad of the legendary investment firm Bridgewater tells F4G how impact is rearchitecting investing
Raman Srivastava, EVP and Global Chief Investment Officer, Great West Life
Raman Srivastava tells Force for Good why 20, 50, 70-year time horizons matter and naturally support sustainability
Faheen Allibhoy, JP Morgan Development Finance Institution
Force for Good speaks to Faheen Allibhoy, head of the JP Morgan Development Finance Institution, on the bank’s growing ambition in sustainable finance
Steve Klar: Asset Management’s Role in Meeting the SDGs
Force for Good speaks to Steve Klar, President, Wellington Management, at the UN World Investment Forum
Tim Sweeney: Insurance is a Social Good
Force for Good talks to Tim Sweeney, President, Liberty Mutual Insurance, discussing the major challenges facing the world with regard to the Sustainable Development Goals and the longer term need for systemic decarbonisation.Watch
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses
Through 10,000 Small Businesses, Goldman Sachs helps small businesses create jobs and economic opportunity via education, support, and financing. To date, its signature initiative has helped nearly 12,000 small business owners who together represent US$14 billion in aggregate revenues - all told, they employ over 200,000 people, driving productivity, growth and employment in their local communities.
For HDFC, Hope Begins at Home: Caring for People and the Planet
India has a large and growing housing shortage with 29 million households inadequately housed, which has likely been further exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Investec is Working on an Idea that could Fund the SDGs
The United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and accompanying Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are facing a funding gap of at least US$42 trillion.
JPMorgan Chase's Commitment to a Sustainable and Inclusive Future
JPMorgan Chase has launched a series of initiatives which provide leadership across a wide range of critical issues including economic inclusion, sustainable development, and the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Capturing Hearts and Minds to Change the Flow of Capital
The world needs to find US$4 trillion every year for the next 10 years to meet the SDG goals to 2030. The pandemic has dramatically slowed and even reversed progress on the SDGs, disproportionately impacting the most vulnerable segments of societies, with 115 million people back into extreme poverty and the equivalent of 225 million full-time jobs lost.
Merging Science and Finance to Manage Climate Risk
While the global response to climate change is a long-term one, the physical risks of climate change are both immediate and significant. For Wellington Management, the global investment management firm with over US$ 1 trillion in assets under management, solving for this challenge is something they believe in and is a key opportunity for their business.