Past Finalists and Winners
The prospectuses and presentations of Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge finalists are not only a great reference for participating students, but are an evolving record of the evolution of the field of sustainable finance, and, in some cases, early iterations of what have now become successful ventures.
Click through each year below to see the prospectuses and final presentations that were deemed the strongest in that year of the competition.
New York University, Stern School of Business; New York University, Wagner School of Public Service
Exchange-traded fund designed to help drive economic integration of refugees through investments in a global index comprised of listed companies with robust refugee-focused policies and initiatives.
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Real assets fund that aims to invest in arable land to help improve rural farmers’ quality of life by employing landless farmers to cultivate high margin cash crops through modern agricultural techniques.
University of Rochester, Simon School of Business
Consolidate And Recycle Fund (CARe)
Private debt and equity fund that aims to provide communities with more affordable recycling opportunities through investments in the growth and expansion of small companies across the waste management value-chain.