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Ron Homer

Chief Impact Investing Strategist
RBC Global Asset Management

Ron Homer leads RBC Global Asset Management’s impact investing effort. Ron is responsible for servicing the firm’s impact investing clients and ensuring that investment solutions are implemented based on each client’s impact goals.

Ron’s background and extensive experience in community investing enables him to identify a broad range of impact investment solutions for clients. Before joining RBC GAM-US, Ron was co-founder and CEO of Access Capital Strategies LLC — an investment adviser specializing in community investments that was acquired by RBC GAM-US in 2008. Previously, Ron enjoyed an extensive banking career, including thirteen years as president and CEO of the Boston Bank of Commerce.

As an industry veteran who has worked in the financial services industry since 1969, Ron is often sought to consult with leading government officials on a variety of community impact issues. Ron chaired the board of MassHousing — an industry leader among state housing finance agencies — since the height of the housing crisis in 2009 through 2016. He has also held several other leadership positions for industry trade associations and served on the boards of numerous organizations including Sallie Mae, Nynex Telephone, and the Boston Foundation.

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Corporations Can Support BIPOC Communities by Putting Their Money to Work
Corporations Can Support BIPOC Communities by Putting Their Money to Work

Finance & Investment / It is critical to understand and address the intersectional links between access to affordable housing, education, job creation and improved public health; and we look forward to continuing our work with organizations that target their dollars towards these needs within the communities they seek to serve. - 7 months ago

Impact Investing Grows, But There’s Still a Long Road to Financial Inclusion
Impact Investing Grows, But There’s Still a Long Road to Financial Inclusion

Finance & Investment / More funds and firms are targeting financially underserved communities, but the impact investing movement and government funding need to be more accessible and intentional to address systemic inequalities and racial disparities in investing. - 1 year ago

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