The National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA) and Shareholder Association for Research and Education is excited to invite you to the 1-day Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Workshop that will take place on April 27, 2017 at the Rama Casino Resort and Convention Centre in Rama, Ontario.
Join us for a 1-Day Workshop to provide education and capacity for indigenous investors. The workshop will work towards three goals:
- Training and capacity building for Aboriginal trustees on existing ways to conduct responsible investments.
- Feedback from Aboriginal Trustees on ways to integrate their traditional values into the oversight of Aboriginal trusts.
- Development of a set of expectations for investors consistent with the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report to inform the decision-making and stewardship activities of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal investment decision makers.
Please check back often for updates. We look forward to seeing you in Rama, ON!
For more information, please contact NATOA:
Toll Free: 1-866-409-1315
NATOA is a national charitable organization that was established in 2006. We are dedicated to building knowledge about trusts and investments within Aboriginal communities to enhance the professionalism and accountability in the management of this important resource. We are committed to providing the Aboriginal Peoples of Turtle Island with the financial knowledge to ensure the seven generations yet unborn, have the ability to achieve their goals and dreams. NATOA’s goal is to be a highly relevant resource for the Aboriginal Peoples in becoming a self-sustaining and vital economic communities.
SHARE is a Canadian leader in responsible investment services, research and education for institutional investors and offers proxy voting, shareholder engagement and consulting services, education and timely research that help investors integrate environmental, social and governance issues in the investment management process.
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