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|The ETF - Managed Portfolio Solution|
|Wednesday, May 1, 2013|
|Marc J. Lane Investment Management, Inc. has been providing portfolio management solutions for high net-worth individuals since 2002. Historically, those services have only been made available to our clients with over $500,000 to invest. But now we are offering a competitive solution for clients with investable assets of $100,000 or more. These portfolios|
|Spotlight on Chicago Chapter|
|Thursday, December 20, 2012|
|Posted on December 19, 2012 in Chapter News
Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader
Marc Lane (chapter chair) took some time out to answer our questions about the SEA Chicago Chapter.
When did you become a chapter?
What has been your biggest achievement(s) since becoming a chapter?
1. Host of the 2011 Social Enterprise Alliance|
|If You're Anti-Guns Or Against Abortion And Pornography Or Don't Like Testing On Animals There's Always Socially Responsible Investing|
|Saturday, June 16, 2012|
|Late last year, after discovering that their school’s $854-million endowment held shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM), a group of students at Middlebury College in Vermont joined three asset management funds and five Catholic orders in calling for the company to reveal potential financial risks from the environmental impact related to Canadian tar sands|
|Illinois’ Tax Credit Windfall at Risk|
|Monday, March 26, 2012|
|Chicago's and Illinois' fragile economies stand to lose thousands of jobs along with the environmental benefits of a clean, local source of electricity if Congress continues to nix the extension of tax credits for advanced energy manufacturing, scheduled to expire at yearend.
Some pundits claim that Congress is closed for business until its post-election|
|Where Did Social Enterprise Come From, Anyway?|
|Thursday, March 8, 2012|
|Businesses, even those outside the realm of greedy corporate drones, are designed to earn a profit. Other priorities, like environmental sustainability or job creation, are reached only through happy accidents or marketing ploys to help companies make more money. Surely, if you’re raking in the dough, you can’t be making a difference—at least not on|
|SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING: WHAT IS IT?|
|Monday, December 20, 2010|
|Socially Responsible Investing ("SRI") is investing, not only to maximize investor return, but to promote social good in the process.
As a former financial advisor for a large broker dealer, I specialized in financial planning for non-profit organizations who wanted to invest in investment products that reflected their respective social|
|Introducing Marc J. Lane's 33rd Book: Representing Corporate Officers, Directors, Managers, and Trustees, Second Edition|
|Monday, November 8, 2010|
|Representing Corporate Officers, Directors, Managers, and Trustees, Second Edition
Retail: $285 / Looseleaf ISBN: 9780735598089
(Available to clients and friends of the firm at $256.50)
Order with promotional code EQ21 to receive 10% off the list price!
Corporate officers, directors, managers, and trustees now face a host of challenges ranging from|
|Some US charities need profits to survive -experts |
|Thursday, October 21, 2010|
Some U.S. charities need to attract private investors and turn a profit instead of relying on donations to tackle the country's woes, experts say.
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