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Impactful Insights with SmartTrust: Part 2

Posted by Vanderbilt Financial Group on 3/16/16 11:48 AM

Vanderbilt Financial Group CEO and Impact Enthusiast, Steve Distantehad the pleasure of sitting down for a chat with Kevin Mahn on February 19th, 2016. This is part two of our two part interview series; if you missed part one, you can check it out here! 

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Topics: Impact Investing, Financial Advising

Impactful Insights with SmartTrust: Part 1 [Interview]

Posted by Vanderbilt Financial Group on 3/9/16 10:16 AM

Vanderbilt Financial Group CEO and Impact Enthusiast, Steve Distante, had the pleasure of sitting down for a chat with Kevin Mahn on February 19th, 2016.

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Topics: Impact Investing, Financial Advising

Impactful Insights with The Impact Attorney: Part 2 [Interview]

Posted by Vanderbilt Financial Group on 3/2/16 12:32 PM

On February 10th Vanderbilt Financial Group CEO, Steve Distante, had the opportunity to speak with Chintan Panchal, the founder of the New York office for law firm, RPCK. We like to call Chintan the "Impact Attorney" as his practice specializes on advising clients on impact investments.

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Topics: Generation X, Impact Investing, Millennials

Impactful Insights with The Impact Attorney: Part 1 [Interview]

Posted by Vanderbilt Financial Group on 2/24/16 12:55 PM

On February 10th 2016 Vanderbilt Financial Group CEO, Steve Distante, had the opportunity to speak with Chintan Panchal, the founder of the New York office for law firm, RPCK. We like to call Chintan the "Impact Attorney" as his practice specializes on advising clients on impact investments.

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Topics: Impact Investing

Mark Zuckerberg's Love Letter to Impact Investing

Posted by Vanderbilt Financial Group on 12/7/15 5:18 PM

"We have a responsibility as a society to focus our investments on the future." 

- Mark Zuckerberg, December 1, 2015

By this point you’ve probably heard about the December 1st announcement made by Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan, that they will be donating 99% of their wealth – Facebook shares currently valued at $45 billion – to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Interestingly, the initiative is set up as a “philanthropy” not a “charity”. The decision to create a limited-liability company rather than a foundation will allow for compounding profitable growth that can sustain opportunities to fund projects that align with their mission. 

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Topics: Impact Investing

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