Boardroom Seminar: An Introduction to Socially Responsible Investing

31 January, 2008

An Introduction to Socially Responsible Investing

Can’t make the 3 part Royal Roads Continuing Education series on socially responsible investing (SRI)? Come to our lunch hour boardroom seminar to learn how to make money and make a difference:

• What Is SRI?
• Why SRI?
• Who Else Is Doing It?
• What About Returns?

Time: noon-1:30 pm

Stephen Whipp’s offices at Suite 202-1005 Broad Street @ Broughton (through Flowers on Top and up the stairs), Victoria

Please bring a brown bag lunch and we will provide the Fair Trade coffee.

Pre-registration required. Call (250) 405 3550.

Attendance is by donation to BC non profit the Dogwood Initiative .

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