The rising cost of living is not just affecting the working class, but also those who are using their assets to support themselves throughout retirement.
Everything from the environment to resources, and even sustainability, has been impacted by current events, which in turn bring market volatility.
Kim addresses how these industry-related topics impact financial advisors and investors while unveiling the role of ESG and the markets within these uncertain times.
Looking at investing from a gender perspective uncovers the inequalities of the economy and reveals opportunities to create more effective and efficient systems.
Over 15% of the world’s population lives with some kind of disability. However, disability issues and rights are often overlooked when we consider Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues.
How do you hold individuals, investors, and larger companies accountable in a timely fashion when considering the conflict between Russia and Ukraine?
Kimberly Griego-Kiel sits down with returning guest David Bennell, advisor at Transformational Investing in Food Systems (TIFS) to talk about the standardization of impact investing in the government and industry and the effects of decentralized financial trading.
While we may not see the effects of climate change in our everyday lives, its impact on our environment is increasing across the globe.
In this episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel explains what is wrong with our food and agricultural systems, why they are dying, and why it is in the best interest for investors to take part in making a change.
Vicki Benjamin, co-founder and CEO of Karner Blue Capital, explains what her company does for nature and the environment and how they are utilizing data collection and their own ESG process to combat nature and biodiversity loss around the world.