January 04, 2016

Social Finance in Focus

Our editors share some of their favorite social finance stories.

Our experts have been busy talking about social finance and the ability to enable positive change through investments. In case you missed it, our editors are sharing some of their favorite social finance picks.


How Companies can Contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals: Insights from the BSR Conference
Anna Kearney, BNY Mellon's associate director of social finance, participated in the “Implementing the SDGs: A How-to Guide” at BSR and tackled that question.
Anna Kearney


Engaging with Social Finance
In "Generation Lost: Engaging Millennials with Retirement Saving," a new study by BNY Mellon and Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, Sandra Carlisle, head of Responsible Investment at Newton Investment Management, talks about the need for organizations to engage with social finance.


Mellon Capital CEO: BNY Mellon Collaboration Yields Carbon Efficiency Strategy
At a recept SOCAP15 conference, Mellon Capital CEO Gabriela Franco Parcella explored how the firm approaches partner and product innovation to meet competing client needs regarding fiduciary duty and environmental objectives.
Gabby Parcella at SOCAP


BNY Mellon Live@ Wharton: The Story Behind Social Finance
At the recent Wharton Social Impact Conference, Anna Kearney, BNY Mellon's associate director of social finance, answered the question, “What will BNY Mellon stand for as the investments company for the world.”
Anna Kearney


What’s next for the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?
John Buckley, BNY Mellon’s global head of CSR, reflects on the adoption of the UN’s sustainable development goals and discusses why rule of law and social finance are critical to their success.
John Buckley