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ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Public relations and communications firm SunStar Strategic recently became a member of The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (USSIF). The move marks the firm's commitment to supporting asset managers who follow socially responsible investing practices.

On Friday, June 1, 2018, Kathryn Morrison, Melissa Murphy and Jake Oxley, of SunStar Strategic hosted a lively roundtable discussion, alongside Bob Goellner at this year’s annual US SIF Conference. The topic, Introducing SRI to Prospective Advisory Clients, garnered an enthusiastic response.  

Kathryn Morrison is the founder, CEO and president of  SunStar Strategic, and is a proud member of The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (US SIF), “the leading voice advancing sustainable, responsible and impact investing across all asset classes.”

Using technology to improve the investment process and enhance socially responsible investment tools.

Friday, 02 March 2018 09:31

ESG Investing Gains In Popularity

Despite years of misgivings, ESG investing is gaining in popularity. It's not just for tree huggers anymore!

 

Investors are looking for more than just monetary returns. More and more investors are seeking investments with a positive impact.

Monday, 02 October 2017 16:53

The SRI Conference is 28 Years Strong

Steve Schueth, as producer of the 28th annual SRI Conference, has a unique approach to creating the five track conference agenda that attracts over 700 sustainable investment and finance professional participants.

SunStar Strategic recently sat down with Steven J. Scheueth, producer of The Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing to discuss the upcoming conference as well as the future of SRI investing.

SRI investing continues to grow in leaps and bounds. However, most financial advisors have been "dragging their feet" in joining the party. 

It's a frequent misperception that if one were to invest in sustainable funds they would have to sacrifice performance.

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