Enterprise Community Loan Fund and Primary Care Development Corporation will receive capital to promote economic revitalization in real estate and health care sectors
WASHINGTON, January 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Siemens Foundation and Northern Trust today announced a commitment of $10 million to two Community Development Financial Institutions Funds (CDFI) to support racial and social equity in underserved communities. CDFIs provide low-income, low-wealth, and other disadvantaged people with the capital they need for meaningful economic opportunity and development. The Siemens Foundation partnered with Northern Trust to identify the CDFIs selected and facilitate the investments.
Although the pandemic fallout has been the focal point of markets and politicians, climate risk remains important.
By Director of Asset Allocation Strategy Daniel Phillips, CFA
Over the next five years, climate risk will continue to translate into market risk, as policymakers will come under pressure to preserve environmental progress and retool economies in a more sustainable way.
Impax Asset Management, Aviva Investors and PGGM Investments all supported more than 95% of the resolutions analysed in new report
US investment heavyweights JP Morgan, Northern Trust and Wellington have dramatically ramped up their support for climate proposals this year, according to a new report by campaign group ShareAction, which analysed the voting decisions of 60 o
The Northern Trust Business Resource Councils (BRCs) are employee-led resource groups that provide tools and resources to support the development of an inclusive culture that values and leverages DE&I to achieve and sustain superior business results through:
Northern Trust recognizes that the long-term viability of our business and our clients is tied to the health and well-being of our planet. We therefore commit to protecting the environment and mitigating any negative environmental impacts from our operations.
by Pete Cherecwich, President of Northern Trust Asset Servicing
“Business-as-usual” is a funny saying these days. The reality is that we are no longer functioning in the old business-as-usual environment. The pandemic sparked the end of that era, and our “usual” has reached a state of constant evolution. How we work, interact, and lead has changed and will continue to do so.
Community engagement is an important part of Northern Trust's culture. Through our volunteer programs, our employees listen, learn and work closely with our communities to address their specific needs.
Our annual volunteering initiative looks different this year, but our commitment to serving our communities remains constant.