The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment


12th of January 2017

Investors Voice Support for Affordable Care Act

The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment joined a coalition of 119 faith- and values-based investors and public health groups in signing a letter to Trump and members of Congress voicing support for the Affordable Care Act. Led by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, the group praised how the ACA expanded access to quality and affordable health […]

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5th of January 2017

Tri-CRI Members Urge Top Banks to Support the CFPB

Several Tri-CRI members signed letters addressed to the nation’s top banks asking them to express support the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and resist attempts to weaken its effectiveness. Investor letters coordinated by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility were sent to: Bank of America BNY Mellon Citibank Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley Wells Fargo Click here […]

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21st of December 2016

Mary Beth Gallagher announced as new Executive Director, beginning January 1, 2017

The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment is pleased to announce that Mary Beth Gallagher will transition from her role as Associate Director to the position of Executive Director of the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment on the 1st of January 2017. The Executive Committee began planning for this transition in early spring and CRI members voted […]

16th of December 2016

Tri-CRI Statement on Tillerson Nomination

Tri-CRI Statement on Tillerson Nomination The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment expresses concern about President-Elect Trump’s nomination of ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson for the position of the Secretary of the State Department. The President-Elect, all Cabinet nominees, and the new Administration must be committed to respect for human rights, equality and social inclusion, and mitigation […]

21st of July 2016

Tri-State CRI Calls on SEC to Increase Mandatory Sustainability Disclosure

Tri-State CRI submitted a letter today in response to the Securities and Exchange Commission concept release related to Sustainability Disclosure required by Rule S-K.  In its comment, available here, the Tri-State CRI made the case that companies should be required to disclose more information about key areas of sustainability because it is material information for investors.  This […]

12th of July 2016

Tri-State CRI Submits Public Comment on Definition of “Recruitment Fees”

As part of our work to advance human rights and ethical recruitment in global corporate supply chains, the Tri-State Coalition was pleased to have the opportunity to submit a comment on the definition of “Recruitment Fees” for the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) on Combating Trafficking in Persons. The FAR prohibits government contractors from charging employees recruitment […]

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7th of July 2016

Tri-State CRI Featured in ICCR Corporate Examiner

Check out the latest edition of the ICCR Corporate Examiner July 2016, featuring a spotlight on the Tri-State CRI and our work to advance socially responsible investing. In this feature article on page 17, ICCR spoke with Sister Pat Daly and Mary Beth Gallagher about our history, the important role of Coalitions for Responsible Investment, […]

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25th of May 2016

Investors View Solid Support for Climate Proposals at ExxonMobil/Chevron AGMs as Wake-Up Call for Industry

CEOs Tillerson and Watson remain bullish on fossil fuels in spite of mounting pressure from institutional investors calling for alternative, more sustainable energy pathways. NEW YORK, NY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016 – ICCR members who have long advocated for climateconscious business planning at oil and gas giants ExxonMobil and Chevron, pushed for climate action through […]

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Tri-State CRI Encouraged by Strong Support at ExxonMobil Annual Meeting

In a rebuke of ExxonMobil’s Board and Management, at today’s annual meeting 18.5% of ExxonMobil shareholders representing around $69 billion in Exxon shares voted to support Tri-State CRI’s resolution calling for Exxon to acknowledge the moral imperative to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius or less. Faith based investors welcome this strong signal from […]

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Shareholders to Southern Company: Transition from Coal to Low-Carbon Business Model

One-third of Southern Company Shareholders Vote for Climate Resolutions By As You Sow and Tri-State Coalition   Atlanta – May 25, 2016 – Shareholder resolutions filed at Southern Company by shareholder advocacy group, As You Sow, and faith-based investor coalition, the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment (“Tri-State CRI”) sent Southern Company’s Board and management a strong message: the […]

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