A number of socially responsible investment funds have been developed and investors can contribute via their superfunds or retail banks.
What does SRIF stand for?
SRIF stands for Socially Responsible Investment Fund (various locations)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of SRIF
We have 35 other meanings of SRIF in our Acronym Attic
- Supplier Request for Information Disposition (aerospace)
- Second Rural Infrastructure Development Project (Asian Development Bank)
- Simplified Regional Industrial Development Programme (South African Department of Trade and Industry)
- Senior Responsible Industry Executive
- Statement of Recognised Income and Expense (financial information)
- Student Recruitment and International Education (Australian National University)
- System Requirements & Integration Engineering
- Southern Regional Information Exchange Group
- Science Research Investment Fund (UK)
- Sculptor Interface (Cisco)
- somatotropin release inhibiting factor
- Square-Root Information Filter
- Strategic Research Infrastructure Fund (UK)
- Square-Root Information Filter/Smoother
- Sacro Romano Impero Germanico (Italian: Germanic Holy Roman Empire; medieval territory)
- Santa Rosa Internet Group (Santa Rosa, CA)
- Socially Responsible Investment Guidelines (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)
- Special Regional Interest Group
- Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Intelligence Group (US Marine Corps; US DoD)
- Single Radial Immune Haemolysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
For example, many socially responsible investment funds might select companies that develop contraceptive drugs or devices, whereas such activities violate Catholic teachings.
One of the better known socially responsible investment funds has failed to keep up with the rising stock market, leaving progressive investment advisors in an embarrassing position with their progressive customers.
Adding more clout are banks, stockholders and an increasing number of socially responsible investment funds.