When it's a matter of balancing fiduciary responsibilities against profitable “sin stocks,” there really is no question – at least when the portfolio is for a church or religious organization, investment managers said. "For example, is there an opposition to investing in firms that sell or manufacture alcohol ... firearms or tobacco?" said John Taylor, a client adviser with JP Morgan Chase & Co. in Oklahoma City.
November 20, 2006
Still Waiting to Hear One That's a Sin
Brian Brus of The Journal Record, a business newspaper in Oklahoma City, reports today on the matter of investment managers handling the funds of churches and other religious organizations:
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