Benjamin Bailey Speaks at Praxis Impact Investing Luncheon

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Third annual luncheon held during Kingdom Advisors 2020 Annual Conference

Praxis Mutual Funds®, a leading faith-based, socially responsible family of mutual funds from Everence® Financial, is pleased to announce that Benjamin Bailey, CFA®, will be the featured speaker for the Funds’ annual Impact Investing Luncheon on Feb. 19 at the Kingdom Advisors 2020 conference.

Benjamin Bailey, CFA, Vice President of Investments, Co-portfolio Manager of Praxis Impact Bond Fund | Praxis Mutual Funds
Bailey is Vice President of Investments and Senior Fixed Income Manager for Praxis. The annual conference will take place at Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate from Feb. 19-21.

The Kingdom Advisors Annual Conference is the premier gathering for the Christian financial industry. Over 1,600 Christian financial professionals and other industry leaders will gather to network, grow and worship with like-minded peers.

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At the impact investing luncheon, Bailey will address opportunities for reflecting Kingdom values through fixed income investing. This is the third year Praxis has hosted the luncheon event tailored to advisors particularly interested in learning more about investing with a positive impact.

Bailey joined Everence in 2000 and was named Co-Portfolio manager of the Praxis Impact Bond Fund in March 2005, and Co-Manager of the Praxis Genesis Portfolios in June 2013. In 2015, he was named Senior Fixed Income Investment Manager, providing leadership to the fixed income team and oversight to external sub-advisory relationships. Benjamin is a 2000 graduate of Huntington University in business-economics.

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For more information on the Praxis Impact Investing Luncheon, contact Josh Bean at Space is limited; please register by Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 to reserve your seat.

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At Praxis, our investments generate a competitive financial return and deliver a clear and direct benefit to people and our planet.