“The real issue we face today,” says Robin John, CEO of Eventide Funds, an asset management company, “is that investors are divorced from their investing.” Most of us invest money for retirement in mutual funds, but many of us also have no real idea of which companies we own, or even how the companies we invest in are being operated.
In April I had the chance to visit the Eventide Funds team in Boston (along with my adorable daughter Lily), to go a little deeper.
In a new DIFW short film (5:23), crafted by award-winning documentary film-maker Nathan Clarke, Finny Kuruvilla, Jason Myre and the Eventide Funds team ask pressing questions about values-based investing, investing as ownership, and how God’s purpose for business might shape our retirement portfolios.
Don’t have time to watch the whole video now? Watch these excerpts and share with a friend.
Investing is Ownership – Eventide Funds from Denver Institute on Vimeo.
Investing in Human Flourishing – Eventide Funds from Denver Institute on Vimeo.
Ethical Investing – Eventide Funds from Denver Institute on Vimeo.