Community Capital Mgmt. Releases Ninth Annual Impact Report
Community Capital Management, LLC (CCM), a leading impact and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing manager, recently released the Ninth edition of its ground-breaking annual impact report with a new video featuring CCM team members. The report has grown over the years as CCM has added investment strategies, impact customization options, and impact measurement. The video and report are both available on CCM’s website.
“With over two decades of experience in impact and ESG investing, we have seen many types of annual impact reports in the past few years,” said Jessica Botelho, director of impact and CRA research at CCM. “We have adapted and improved our impact reporting over the years based on client feedback, internal discussions, and enhanced metrics and outcomes. We are honored that so many entries into the impact arena have followed our lead and published impact reports on their activities.”
The video highlights content in the 42-page report including, but not limited to:
- Comprehensive impact metrics for 2021
- Evolving impact themes
- Impact customization investment case studies
CCM began managing assets in 1999 and has kept its mission the same over its 22-years: to seek to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns through investment strategies that contribute to positive environmental and social outcomes. Strategies are available in separate accounts, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds, and we develop custom solutions for clients based on their missions and values. Examples include place-based impact investing portfolios, faith-based alignment, and sustainably focused initiatives.
“We have seen significant growth in the demand for our pioneering impact and ESG investment strategies over the last decade from a variety of investors, including endowments, foundations, faith-based organizations, high net worth investors, non-profits, and healthcare organizations,” said Alyssa Greenspan, president and COO of CCM. “We are extremely proud of our team members and their dedication to making CCM a leading impact and ESG investing manager and are excited to share the video and ninth impact report with clients, colleagues, and friends who have supported us along the way.”
About Community Capital Management, LLC
Community Capital Management, LLC (CCM) is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale with employees in Boston, Charlotte, the New York City area, and Southern California, CCM was founded in 1998 and manages approximately $4.2 billion in assets. The firm believes a fully integrated portfolio — one that includes environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors — can deliver strong financial performance while simultaneously having positive long-term economic and sustainable impact. CCM’s strategies utilize an innovative approach to fixed income and equity investing by combining the positive outcomes of impact and ESG investing with rigorous financial analysis, an inherent focus on risk management, and transparent research. Within our fixed income portfolios, impact customization provides investors the opportunity to direct their capital to support specific geographies (also known as place-based impact investing), one or more of 18 impact themes, and impact initiatives.
Community Capital Management, LLC (CCM) is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Registration as an investment adviser does not imply a certain level of skill or training. The verbal and written communications of an investment adviser provide you with information you need to determine whether to hire or retain the adviser. Past performance is not indicative of future results. CCM has distinct investment processes and procedures relating to the management of investment portfolios. The firm’s strategies are customized, rather than model-based, and utilize an innovative approach to fixed income and equity investing by combining the positive outcomes of impact and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing with rigorous financial analysis, an inherent focus on risk management, and transparent research. Bonds are subject to interest rate risk and will decline in value as interest rates rise.