We partnered with the United Nations Foundation on a report that identifies market opportunities to advance gender equality.
We bring the breadth of our business to bear in delivering innovative social finance solutions for clients, and our capabilities continue to grow.
Investors who adopt social finance strategies don't have to sacrifice returns in order to feel good about the makeup of their portfolios or to effect meaningful societal change.
At BNY Mellon, we see that global environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends are rapidly reshaping the investment landscape. New risks and opportunities are emerging. As investors continue to seek strategies that allow their portfolios to serve their financial goals, we believe there’s untapped potential in social finance.
This Carbon Efficiency Strategy case study uses the Deliberate Leadership framework to identify the social, financial, and collaborative pillars needed to create a market-oriented product that is designed to meet the growing demand for environmentally conscious investing.
As the first-place winner of UpPrize, Conversant Labs has continued its mission of creating an equal experience for both non-sighted users of technology and consumers at large.
Social finance – investment activities that generate financial returns and include positive social and environmental impact – is more than just socially responsible investing or impact investing.
Viewed holistically, it is a global asset pool is at least $22 trillion, based on our estimates.*
Social finance should offer investors an opportunity to protect and grow their financial assets in the face of significant challenges, as well as to support solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Across BNY Mellon business lines, our recommendations to bring social finance to scale are already guiding our own activities in product development, thought leadership and partnerships.
Learn more about Social Finance at BNY Mellon in our Corporate Social Responsibility Report.