Segments in this Video

Asset Manager (06:38)


Hazel Henderson introduces Paul Ellis. They discuss recognizing and implementing the Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators, sustainable development goals, and client acceptance.

Investment Finance (05:04)

Building relationships across multiple generations helps Ellis grow his business and helps clients plan for transitions. Henderson discusses the growth of ETFs. Ellis reflects on active vs. passive asset management.

Investment and Social Change (04:26)

Companies often lead a coalition of investors who combine shares to vote on company issues. A consortium of investors is addressing issues with the global food system. Ellis discusses how small investors can look at the emerging economy.

Market Structure (06:17)

Henderson reflects on high speed computerization and market stability. Ellis cites two things he finds encouraging about the finance industry. Portfolio strategies are using social, governance, and environmental metrics.

Environment and Finance (04:18)

Henderson reflects on changing the idea about the value of fossil fuels and the Green Transition Score Board. Ellis stresses the need for collaboration in addressing global issues.

Credits: Reintegrating, Finance, Sustainability, and the Quality of Life (00:49)

Credits: Reintegrating, Finance, Sustainability, and the Quality of Life

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Reintegrating, Finance, Sustainability, and the Quality of Life

Part of the Series : Ethical Markets 10: Transforming Finance 6.0
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In this program Hazel Henderson discusses with Paul Ellis, veteran financial adviser and consultant, how his practice evolved into broader concerns for our common future. Paul had discovered the Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators (2000) which Hazel and the Calvert group developed. Later, in 2015 Paul found the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They discuss their respective efforts to reform mainstream finance and its narrow focus on obsolete economics and short-term profits. Now both work to promote the SDGs!

Length: 29 minutes

Item#: FPT190163

ISBN: 978-1-64867-330-6

Copyright date: ©2019

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