When George Gay founded the First Affirmative Financial Network (FAFN) back in 1982 to help individuals align personal values with financial decision-making, he had 55 SRI-focused financial planners in 20 states managing less than $5 million in client assets.
What does FAFN stand for?
FAFN stands for First Affirmative Financial Network (Colorado Springs, CO)
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- Falling Away from Me (song by Korn)
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- Freie Akademie für Malerei (German: Free Academy for Painting)
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- Fine Arts Federation of New York (est. 1895)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We've proven that performance does not have to be sacrificed to invest in a socially responsible manner," says Steve Schueth, recent past president of the Social Investment Forum, a social investment trade group, and president of First Affirmative Financial Network in Boulder, Colo.
Some of these funds are what I call 'SRI Lite,'" says First Affirmative Financial Network President Steve Schueth.