1. The thoughtful and articulated exercise of intergenerational loyalty and extraordinary prudence in the management of other peoples’ money aggregated into superfunds and invested to meet minimum returns for this generation and the next – both equally – forever
  2. The art an science of being a good steward of a social trust
  3. Investing society’s social superfunds with intention to collaboratively co-create, through finance,  a prosperity of shared and sustainable peace, and social and environmental fairness.
  4. Tending the needs of our sustaining planet’s biogeochemical needs.

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