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Executive Insights

Executive Insights

Our executives highlight the role of socially responsible investing (SRI) at The Church Pension Fund (CPF) and how we have approached this type of investing.

Investing for Positive Impact

Chief Ecclesiastical Officer Anne Mallonee and Investments Group Managing Director Alan Snoddy discuss the guiding principles of SRI at CPF.

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The Selection Process

Chief Ecclesiastical Officer Anne Mallonee and Investments Group Managing Director Alan Snoddy discuss how CPF decides what socially responsible investments to make.

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Looking Ahead

Chief Ecclesiastical Officer Anne Mallonee and Investments Group Managing Director Alan Snoddy discuss the future of socially responsible investing.

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Moving the Needle

CPF Managing Director June Yearwood and other members of the Investments Group reflect on how the practice impact investing.

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Socially Responsible Investing

Investments Group Managing Director Alan Snoddy discusses socially responsible investing at CPF.

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Anchor Investors in Impact Investing

Christopher Rowe, CPF Vice President of Investments, discusses how anchor investors identify investments and call attention to worthy opportunities that need support. Once an anchor investor has backed an investment, other institutions are often more willing to provide their own capital.

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Institutional Investment in Clean Energy

Candice Dial, Investments Associate, participates in a webinar hosted by the Global Impact Investment Network (GIIN) to discuss how CPF considers impact investments in the Clean Energy Access Space. 

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How Are Church Pension Fund Investments Managed?

Members of The Church Pension Fund (CPF) Investment Group average more than 25 years of investment management experience over many economic cycles. This depth of knowledge has benefited CPF over the years as we continue to focus on the long term and meeting the pension and benefit needs of those who serve the Episcopal Church.