SIF

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AcronymDefinition
SIFServiço de Inspeção Federal (Portuguese: Federal Inspection Service; Brazil)
SIFSupervised Injection Facility (drug care facility)
SIFAs If
SIFStatens Institut for Folkesundhed (Danish: National Institute of Public Health)
SIFSelect Income Fund
SIFSchools Interoperability Framework
SIFSetup Information File
SIFSolid Interchange Format
SIFSignaling Information Field
SIFSynchronous Intermediate Form
SIFSource Intermediate Format
SIFStandard Image Format
SIFStatus Information Frame
SIFScroll Information
SIFSetup Installation File
SIFStress Intensification Factor (pipes)
SIFSecond Injury Fund (compensation insurance; various locations)
SIFSpecial Investment Fund (various locations)
SIFSocial Investment Forum
SIFSingapore International Foundation
SIFStandard Interchange Format
SIFSignificant Influence Function (corporate governance)
SIFStrategic Innovation Fund (various locations)
SIFSafety Instrumented Function
SIFState Insurance Fund (Puerto Rican government agency)
SIFSubsequent Injury Fund (various locations)
SIFStress Intensity Factor
SIFSelective Identification Feature
SIFSons of Italy Foundation
SIFSvenska Industritjänstemannaförbundet (Swedish Industrial Workers Union)
SIFSource Input Format
SIFSchool Improvement Fund (various organizations)
SIFStrategic Infrastructure Fund (various locations)
SIFSound Intermediate Frequency
SIFStructural Integrity Field (Star Trek)
SIFSerious Injury Frequency
SIFStore Integration Framework (middleware; IBM)
SIFSeat In Front
SIFState Investment Fund
SIFSecours Islamique France (French: Islamic Relief France; est. 1992)
SIFStateful Inspection Firewall
SIFSONET Interoperability Forum
SIFSettlement in Full
SIFStudent International Forum (various locations)
SIFStandard Infant Formula
SIFSystems Integration Facility
SIFSecondary Infertility
SIFSupposedly Irrelevant Factor (economics)
SIFService Information Field
SIFShort Interframe Space (networking)
SIFSSDB Interchange Format
SIFSilkeborg If Fodbold (Danish soccer club)
SIFSecret Internet Fatty
SIFSecurity Information File
SIFSystèmes d'Information Fluviale (French: River Information System)
SIFSource Image Format
SIFSignal Information Field
SIFSpinal Injury Foundation (Westminster, CO)
SIFStumpy Induction Factor
SIFStandard Simulator Database Interchange Format
SIFSignaux, Images et Formes (French: Signals, Images and Forms; signal processing)
SIFSOGS Integration Facility
SIFSecurity Issues Forum
SIFScientific Instrument Formatter (NASA)
SIFSilent Installation File (Microsoft)
SIFStandard Interchange Facilities
SIFSACDIN System Integration Facility
SIFSpecial Instruction Form
SIFSoftware Input Form
SIFSurface Inlaid Fibre
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Reflecting the "good" use of money origins of SRI, the majority of funds listed on the social investment forum site use a set of negative screens to avoid investments in companies considered to be undesirable.
According to US Social Investment Forum (SIF), Figure 1 shows that there were only 55 SRMFs in 1995, growing to 493 by 2010.
Perhaps, but according to the Social Investment Forum, assets managed with some type of socially responsible guidelines have increased more than 34 percent since 2005, while the broader pool of professionally managed assets has increased only 3 percent.
The Social Investment Forum determines investment decisions regarding the projects Oman LNG elects to undertake.
Sixty-eight percent of employees say they want SRI options (according to a 2002 Calvert/Harris Interactive survey) and a 2007 Social Investment Forum survey found that 60 percent of defined benefit plan sponsors plan to include an SRI option by 2010.
John Lamb, of Mearns & Company, is the winner of a prize draw run by the UK Social Investment Forum.
A recent study by the Social Investment Forum showed that nearly $1 out of every $10 under professional management in the US (or $2.
Data from the Social Investment Forum, released in late April, found that an estimated 180 social and environmental shareholder resolutions either had already been voted on or were scheduled to be decided at U.
and around the globe that are underserved by traditional financial institutions--surged by 40% from 2003 to 2005 and nearly quintupled in the last decade, according to the "Community Investing Trends Report" of the Community Investing Program, a project of the Social Investment Forum Foundation and Co-op America.
The Social Investment Forum Foundation and Co-op America sponsor a campaign to encourage organizations to invest 1 percent of their portfolio into communities.
The latest report (2003) from the Social Investment Forum, the industry group of socially responsible investment (SRI), states that more than one in every nine dollars under professional investment management is involved with SRI.
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