BOSTON, Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management, an investment management firm with a focus in socially responsible and impact investing, today announced Carrie Endries, PhD, Senior Portfolio Manager and Director of Impact Investments, is moderating a panel titled "Investing from the Bottom Up: Seed Stage, Venture and Private Equity Funding to Achieve Impact" at the Responsible and Impact Investing Symposium hosted by Bryan Cave in New York City on November 10. According to the Responsible and Impact Investing Symposium, the conference will focus on opportunities and legal considerations for investors seeking to formulate forward-looking financial strategies that influence social agendas while considering investment. Endries advises on more than $250 million in assets for individuals, families, and foundations. She will bring her experience to attendees and educate them about direct impact investing and private funds. "From ESG screenings for publicly traded equities to direct private placement impact investments, all forms of social investing have been increasingly in the spotlight. I am excited to share my expertise on these topics with other members of the investment community," said Carrie Endries. "Reynders, McVeigh was built on the notion that socially responsible investing is simply sound investing. Even in today's charged economic, social, and political climate, investors must begin with the knowledge that every investment starts with fundamental financial strength - only then can it have a truly sustainable impact."