Member, Sustainable Business Network of Washington Calvert has been setting industry standards for asset management excellence since 1976, in both the way we serve our clients' interests and how we select companies for our portfolios. Today, more than 400,000 investors have approximately $12.5 billion in assets with Calvert. These investors trust our investment approach, with its emphasis on rigorous fundamental research that goes beyond traditional measures to uncover companies strongly positioned for potential long-term success. Calvert embraces transparency and corporate responsibility in our own operations and has been recognized for our community involvement and workplace policies by organizations as diverse as the Metropolitan Washington D.C. Council of Governments, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Working Mother magazine. The Calvert Group seeks to invest with a conscience. A subsidiary of Acacia Life (which is a part of UNIFI Mutual Holding), the company manages and distributes the socially responsible Calvert Funds, a family of about 30 mutual funds that are invested in companies that meet Calvert's standards regarding issues like labor relations, corporate governance, product safety, community relations, human rights, and environmental issues. The company also invests in bonds and money market instruments. Additional products include variable insurance products, separate accounts, retirement plans, college savings, and corporate cash management services. (D&B; Data.com) (Sources: Calvert; D&B; Data.com; Jubilee Jobs; ResNet contributor Rick Rodgers)
Calvert Group/WorkLinks Teamed with the Calvert Group , a leading firm in the field of socially responsible investments, and other Washington, DC employment service and employer organizations to sponsor, organize and conduct WorkLinks, a job fair bringing together over 1,000 pre-tested and qualified low income and differently abled individuals with prospective and new employers.
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