• TIASBeeld: Aim2Flourish
    November 22, 2018
    Mirjam Minderman
    Interview with Marieke de Ruyter de Wildt, founder of tech company The Fork.
  • TIAS
    August 10, 2018
    Mirjam Minderman
    Two Full-time MBA students interviewed the founders of ecotourism companies in Bulgaria and India.
  • GovernanceLAB
    May 4, 2017
    As one of the founders of tech company TomTom, for many women Corinne Vigreux is a role model. 
  • Finance
    February 16, 2017
    TIAS hosted a case challenge event to select its representative for the Nespresso MBA Sustainability Challenge.
  • Real Estate
    March 2, 2016
    According to the new Masters Study Guide 2016 TIAS is by far the best academic masters institution of the Netherlands as well as the best business university.
  • Responsible Investment
    July 23, 2014
    The vast majority of leading impact investors across the world report that their impact investment portfolio performance is meeting or exceeding social, environmental, and financial expectations. This becomes clear from a survey of 99 fund managers, development finance institutions, foundations, diversified financial institutions, and other investors with at least USD 10 million committed to impact investment. In this video, Research Manager at the Global Impact Investing Network, Abhilash Mudaliar, talks about the main results from the research that GIIN conducted together with J.P. Morgan.
  • Responsible Investment
    November 8, 2013
    In the beginning of the 2000s Wal-Mart was involved in many controversies, regarding its environmental practices and its treatment of employees. Furthermore, Wal-Mart was not represented in the Domini or Calvert social indexes. In October 2005, Wal-Mart President and CEO Lee Scott held a speech that would announce a “green business revolution” within the company.
  • Responsible Investment
    October 23, 2013
    Organization capital, evident in management quality practices, plays a non-negligible role in shaping CSR performance.
  • Responsible Investment
    July 8, 2013
    By boosting energy-efficiency measures and transitioning to low-carbon energy sources right now, U.S. businesses can curb climate change by reducing emissions by 3% annually and save costs up to $190 billion in 2020. This is the bold promise from a new report of CDP and World Wildlife Fund (WWF): “The 3% Solution: Driving Profits Through Carbon Reductions”. Built upon analysis by leading consulting firms and with many cost-saving examples from a variety of sectors, the study charts a pathway for companies that is both profitable and aggressive enough to protect the climate.
  • Responsible Investment
    June 24, 2013
    The high economic growth of China has not only brought wealth, but also a negative impact on the environment and natural resources. In this video, WANG Yuan, senior advisor of China Development Bank (CDB), talks about the development that since a few years, Chinese policy makers and government leaders are more concerned with the sustainability of the future economic and social development. She names: “Implementation of climate change policies, income distribution and, more importantly, through a structural adjustment of the economy.”

Responsible Investment

Responsible Investing is an investment approach that integrates long-term environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria into mainstream investment and ownership decision making, with the objective of generating superior risk-adjusted financial returns.