Patrick McVeigh is President and Chief Investment Officer of Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management, an industry-recognized investment advisor focused on creating tailored portfolios with a core of socially progressive investments. With more than 35 years of industry experience, Patrick is widely recognized and respected as a pioneer in bringing traditional investment management together with socially responsible investing. Since 1995, he has been a project manager for a series of groundbreaking studies conducted by the Social Investment Forum, tracking the growth of socially responsible investing and its implications in the investment markets. Patrick has been featured in publications such as Wall Street Journal, Investment Advisor Magazine, and Forbes. Prior to entering the investment field, Patrick worked in community economic development.
Patrick was one of three original employees of Trillium Asset Management, one of the first investment management firms dedicated solely to ethical investing.
At Trillium Asset Management, he played a key factor in the growth of assets from startup to $700M.
After eighteen years at Trillium, Patrick assumed the position of Director of Research at Lowell, Blake & Associates
He served as Managing Editor of Investing for A Better World, and contributed chapters to The Social Investment Almanac and Working Capital: The Power of Labor’s Pensions.
He served as a founding board member of SEED, a community loan fund that worked with cooperatives in Haiti.
He began his efforts as a VISTA volunteer and helped create the San Jose Food Co-op and the first recycling center in that city.
He also managed the Youth Opportunity Program at Stanford University, which created jobs and educational opportunities on the campus for low-income teenagers and adults.
Patrick McVeigh’s Affiliations
San Jose Food Co-op
Waltham Fields Community Farm