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Equal Time, Ep. 35

Jonas Kron of Trillium Asset Management talks with ‘Equal Time’ host Mary C. Curtis about how a company’s value and its values can both align.
Jonas Kron of Trillium Asset Management talks with ‘Equal Time’ host Mary C. Curtis about how a company’s value and its values can both align. (Photo courtesy Trillium Asset Management)

How do companies achieve success, attract investors and decide how to center their own investments while also making a difference in the world? Can a company’s value and its values align? And, what is the plan for navigating these issues with knowledge and nuance? On this month’s Equal Time podcast, host Mary C. Curtis talks with Jonas Kron, chief advocacy officer for Trillium Asset Management, responsible for leading and coordinating the company’s work to engage companies on their environmental and social performance. He also serves on the board of US SIF: the Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment. On the show, Kron explains a trend that is not that new. The podcast is co-produced with the FiscalNote Executive Institute.

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