Research shows that a child's neighborhood impacts professional outcomes and earnings, and that environment plays a role in exacerbating racial inequality. That's why JPMorgan Chase is working with lenders across the U.S. on a new approach to community development – one focused on neighborhood revitalization. Colleen Briggs discusses Partnerships for Raising Opportunity in Neighborhoods, a $125 million, five-year capital commitment to help communities fuel economic growth.
Strategists at the firm have built an “ESGQ” quantitative metric that combines a company’s long-term corporate responsibility score with faster-moving data that isolates newsflow on potential controversies. The analysis then tracks momentum in the ESG scores to measure changes in market sentiment and price behavior.
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