Media Mentions

January 30, 2020

Portsmouth Herald – Green Power: Investors Address Climate Change With Their Money

CEO Joe Keefe discusses sustainable investing, climate change and Impax’s SmartCarbon approach. The statements made are not a recommendation and should not be viewed as such. […]
January 27, 2020

50 Climate Leaders – Investing in a Sustainable Future

  Bloomberg and the United Nations have identified Pax World Funds as one of 50 Climate Leaders. In this video Hubert Aarts, Julie Gorte, Bruce Jenkyn-Jones […]
January 17, 2020

ThinkAdvisor – Impax Adds SmartCarbon to Three Pax World Funds

Jeff Berman covers the  SmartCarbon investment approach Impax now employs with three of its sustainable mutual funds.
January 13, 2020

Financial Times – U.S. Bank Share Prices Likely To Lose Momentum

Pax World Funds Portfolio Manager Andy Braun provides an outlook for bank stocks in 2020 in this article by Laura Noonan and Jennifer Ablan.
November 26, 2019

Forbes – A Tale of Two Pay Gaps: Citi vs. Oracle

Kristi Faulkner examines how two companies, Citi and Oracle, have handled criticism about their diversity and inclusion efforts. The article mentions the engagement efforts of Pax […]
November 21, 2019

Bloomberg – Oracle’s Largely White Board Draws Congressional Scrutiny

On the heels of the latest Pax World Funds effort to urge Oracle to become more transparent about diversity and inclusion efforts, a group of U.S. […]
November 20, 2019

Investor’s Business Daily – Microsoft Boasts Strength In ESG Score As Well As Stock Performance

Julie Gorte weighs in on Microsoft’s approach toward sustainability in this article by Adam Shell.
November 20, 2019

Barron’s – Sustainable Funds Set to See a ‘Tsunami’ of New Capital

Leslie Norton quotes CEO Joe Keefe in this article about the growing popularity of ESG investing.
November 15, 2019

Politico – What Rulers Are Reading

Anna Palmer references Bloomberg’s article about Pax World Funds’ ongoing attempts to engage with Oracle about pay equity.
November 15, 2019

Forbes – Tech Companies Are Increasingly Sharing Gender Pay Data — But Oracle Is Resisting

Elana Lynn Gross reports on Oracle’s resistance to become more transparent about gender pay equity within the company.