SAN JOSE,CA JANUARY 12, 2021 — Inspire Investing, a global leader in the biblically responsible investing (BRI) industry, doubled assets under management (AUM) from $634 million on January 1st, 2020 to over $1.3 billion on December 31st, 2020, despite the challenges presented by a volatile year riddled with the COVID-19 pandemic and a contentious presidential election.
“Breaking through the $1 billion asset mark is a major milestone,” said Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing. “For us as a biblically responsible investing firm, it reinforces our belief in the momentum of the BRI movement and the amazing work God is doing in the financial industry. Our mission to inspire transformation for God’s glory by empowering Christian investors through biblically responsible investing excellence and innovation has traction.”
Inspire’s asset growth is being fueled by the growing trend among Christian investment advisors to fully convert their practices to embrace a biblically responsible investment approach.
“We are seeing a snowball effect that as more advisors and investors direct more money into biblically responsible investing, it sparks even more advisors and investors to do the same, snowballing into a massive movement of funds out of secular investments and into biblically responsible alternatives,” commented Netzly. “I believe we are only seeing the very beginning of the massive avalanche of inflows to biblically responsible investing portfolios to come over the next several years.”
About Inspire Investing
Inspire Investing is a leading provider of biblically responsible, faith-based ESG investments and creator of the globally recognized Inspire Impact Score™ which is used by investors around the world to measure the biblical alignment of their investments according to Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) principles. For more information, visit www.inspireinvesting.com.
Investment advisory services offered through CWM Advisors, LLC DBA Inspire, a Registered Investment Adviser with the SEC.
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