The New York Times cites RPB's RJV Stock Fund
"A few years ago, the pension board of the Reform Judaism movement took Aperio up on its offer to create an E.S.G. investment option for its 403(b) plan. The board used 100 years of social justice resolutions to shape the composition of the portfolio."
—Your Money, The New York Times, Dec. 4, 2020
When RPB launched the socially responsible Reform Jewish Values Stock Fund in late 2017, it was a groundbreaking opportunity for our participants to invest based on their values. Over the past three years, the use of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) screens has continued to grow among asset managers and they're even being adopted by the country's largest public pension plans.
RPB Chief Executive Officer Michael Kimmel recently spoke with Ron Lieber—who is the "Your Money" columnist in the New York Times—about how the fund fits in the context of ESG investing.
If you're looking to invest in a fund that emphasizes globally diversified companies with better environmental, social, and corporate governance practices, as well as businesses with ties to Israel, it's worth taking a look at the RJV Stock Fund. Click here for the latest results.
To learn more, click here or contact Michael Kimmel.