Calvert’s Streur on Tesla, Russia, And How Rising Corporate Power May Boost Stocks
Says a Russian invasion would threaten agricultural supply chain.
You may not know that John Streur, the CEO of Calvert Research & Management, was critical to Walmart’s (WMT) decision to restrict gun and ammunition sales. Or that his investment firm successfully persuaded fellow shareholders to push Tesla (TSLA) to disclose more data about its diversity efforts, ensuring the electric-vehicle pioneer remains competitive and innovative.
Streur has run Calvert, a prominent sustainable investment firm, since 2014. Since that time, it merged with Eaton Vance and then, last year, with Morgan Stanley. Today, Calvert oversees $39 billion in 36 funds.
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