Human Trafficking: Is Slavery in Your Portfolio?

09 Oct 2013 | 06:30 pm - 08:30 pm

The Catholic Finance Association, in partnership with the Price of Life NYC and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, engaged in a very special panel discussion on the crime of human trafficking, exploring ways in which finance is being used to fight modern day slavery without sacrificing profit.


Arthur J. Reimers – Former partner with Goldman Sachs, where he served as co-head of the Healthcare Investment Banking Division, and former board member of the International Justice Mission

Patricia Daly – Dominican Sister of Caldwell, NJ and the Executive Director of theTri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment, an organization of 40 Roman Catholic Dioceses and Congregations in the NY metropolitan area

Francis G. Coleman – Executive Vice President of Christian Brothers Investment Services ($4B AUM), and serves on the Investment Committee of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, advising over $100B in portfolios of faith-based non-profits


Nathan Ibarra – Vice President of Proxy Mosaic, and previously served at Christian Brothers Investment Services, Standard & Poors, First Trust Portfolios, and Claymore Securities