December 11, 2015

How One Bank Aligns Giving With Its Values and Philosophy

At Amalgamated Bank, founded by the labor movement nearly a century ago in New York, every investment is an opportunity to do good.

For example, money from pension funds managed by the bank is invested in construction loans used to build or refurbish early-education classrooms around the country.

In this clip from "The Business of Giving," with Denver Frederick, the bank's chief executive, Keith Mestrich, discusses aligning giving and investment with the institution’s values and philosophy.

"The Business of Giving" airs every Sunday at 6 p.m. Eastern time on New York's WNYM-AM (970) radio station.