Nov 14 in Comox: INVESTING WITH IMPACT: WHY CORPORATE BEHAVIOUR IS YOUR BUSINESS

INVESTING WITH IMPACT: WHY CORPORATE BEHAVIOUR IS YOUR BUSINESS

Topics:

  • How businesses’ environmental, social and governance policies can affect you
  • How irresponsible corporate planning risks your investments
  • How pension plans are involved with tobacco, mining, and other industries
  • How green investing helps progressive investors support social change while building wealth
  • How to use your shareholder rights to improve business practices & create progressive change
  • How micro-lending is changing how people do business
  • How to look at your investments and see if they are at risk

Admission by Suggested Donation ($5-10) with funds to Sierra Club Comox Valley.

Date: November 14, 2010
Location: Comox United Church | Corner of Comox Avenue and Beach Drive | Comox, British Columbia
Time: 7 pm – 8 pm

Register here or call 250-405-3550


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