Sustainable Investing for the Real (Centuries) Long-term

Michael Cappucci discusses how Harvard’s endowment fund applies sustainable and responsible investment principles.

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What does sustainable investment mean to the world’s largest academic endowment fund? Learn how Harvard’s endowment fund, which supports 40% of the university’s research, educational programs and financial aid, has emerged as a leader among endowment funds in applying sustainable and responsible investment principles.


Recording date: 13 Jun 2018


Michael Cappucci

Michael Cappucci is Senior Vice President at Harvard Management Company where he manages HMC’s sustainable investment program. He’s also serves on the PRI’s Hedge Fund and Private Equity Advisory Committees. Harvard Management Company manages Harvard University’s endowment. At $37.1 billion, it’s the largest academic endowment in the world. Contributions from the Harvard endowment over more than four decades have enabled industry-leading financial aid programs, ground-breaking discoveries in scientific research, and hundreds of professorships across a wide range of academic fields.


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