Impact Shares CEO Ethan Powell addressed how the NACP ETF and WOMN ETF can enact corporate social engagement and bring corporations to the table to serve as thought leaders on these on social issues.
While many ESG funds have been criticized over their methodologies and performance, Impact Shares is taking a new approach to impact investing by leveraging the expertise of their nonprofit partners and returning fund fees directly back to the non-profit charities.
Following the launch of Impact Shares NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF (NYSE: NACP), Ethan Powell explained how Impact Shares is bridging new territory in the ETF space by serving as the first and only 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit ETF issuer.
Ethan Powell, CEO of Impact Shares, joined “Mornings with Maria” to discuss the Impact Shares NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF (NYSE: NACP) and its role as a leader in promoting social justice.
Impact Shares CEO Ethan Powell joined Cheddar TV to discuss how the NACP ETF aims to provide equity market returns that will allow investors to use capital to encourage good corporate citizenship.
As interest in ETF investing continues to grow, issuers are looking for new ways to put a creative spin on funds. The Impact Shares NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF (NYSE: NACP) is ushering in a new era of impact investing.
Ethan Powell joined “Market Movers” to provide an in-depth look at the Impact Shares NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF (NYSE: NACP).
Impact Shares CEO Ethan Powell joined “Morning Trade Live” to discuss the recent launch of the Impact Shares NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF (NYSE: NACP).
Ethan Powell joined “Dollars and Change” to explain Impact Shares’ collaborative efforts with non-profit organizations to provide single social issue equity market proxy ESG solutions.
ESG investing has surged with popularity, but these funds are still a small portion of the exchange-traded market. Approximately $7.4 billion is invested across 54 ETFs that ascribe to an investment methodology that goes beyond the balance sheet. More investors and advisers want to know what types of businesses their capital is supporting and to ensure they match up with their ethics.