Investment Impacts of Covid-19

We all face considerable challenges in this environment, but there are things we can do to protect our society and our investment portfolios from the worst potential outcomes.

Visit our Investment Impacts of Covid-19 page for more information and resources.

How can we seek to address social and racial inequities?

A Message from Quintin E. Primo III, Chairman of the Board and JoAnn Hanson, President & CEO of CIG

How can we seek to address social and racial inequities?

By taking steps with one of the most potent forces in the world – Money.

The Episcopal Church has a long history of outreach to all …

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Investor Statement on Coronavirus Response

A group of 195 long-term institutional investors representing over $4.7trillion USD in assets under management with global exposure across capital markets has issued an Investor Statement on Coronavirus Response. The Church Investment Group is a signatory of this statement.

In this statement, we call on these management teams and boards of directors to join us …

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CIG Comments to SEC

The Church Investment Group has submitted comments to the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding the proposed rule on Procedural Requirements and Resubmission Thresholds under the Exchange Act Rule 14a-8; File Number S7-23-19.

On behalf of the Church Investment Group, we are submitting comments on the “Proposed Rule on Procedural Requirements and Resubmission Thresholds under …

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Responsible Investor Conference – Edinburgh

Monday, October 22, 2018 – 9:00am to Tuesday, October 23, 2018 – 6:00pm

Learn more and register here.

Responsible Investor Conference: Ethical Finance 2018: Regaining Trust and Demonstrating Impact in Edinburgh on October 22-23. The conference will gather banks, asset managers, faith-related investors, mission-driven endowments, charities and family offices together to look at practical …

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The US Episcopal Church to advocate an ESG ‘theology of money’

The Episcopal Church, the US member of the Anglican Communion, has agreed to appoint a Task Force on the Theology of Money to examine responsible investment practices consistent with its faith and mission. A number of resolutions aimed at shaping the way the Church’s entities manage their assets were agreed at the 79th General Convention,

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Christian Mission through Ethical Investing

CIG Gives Episcopal Endowments the ability to proactively influence our world

“There’s an increasing body of evidence that investing ethically, with a sense of social responsibility, decreases risk and can increase returns,” says Quintin E. Primo, III, chairperson of the Church Investment Group (CIG). He sees Church Investment Group as a leader within the Episcopal …

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Putting Money to Work to Stop Climate Change

Are your investments contributing to the solutions or still part of the problem?

The Episcopal Church has spotlighted climate concerns as part of the Episcopal mission. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has framed the four key values of the Church as evangelism, racial reconciliation, the environment and inclusivity.

JoAnn Hanson, Church Investment Group’s President and Chief …

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Church Investment Group’s Ethical Investment Options Are Attracting Attention

Contact: Jim Naughton

Church Investment Group’s Ethical Investment Options Are Attracting Attention 
Diocese of New York, All Saints in Pasadena choose CIG’s new fossil fuel-free portfolio 

Episcopal dioceses, parishes and institutions take pains to invest their money in ways that advance their gospel-centered values, and two major church organizations are doing so through …

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An “Environmental, Social, and Governance” Approach to Investing

In the Episcopal New Yorker, W. Allen Barnett discusses the history of “Environmental, Social, and Governance” investing, why it makes sense for The Episcopal Church, and how Church Investment Group can assist in developing and implementing an ESG investment strategy.

Dioceses, parishes and organizations across The Episcopal Church are called to manage their resources wisely

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