This case study revolves around an ethical dilemma for the Church Commissioners for England. In response to being notified of Equilibrium Capital’s intent to invest in the water treatment facility located at the cigarette company’s southeastern US plant, the Church Commissioners crafted a response expressing their concerns. In the letter, they described the present as living between Christ’s time on Earth and his second coming. Although perfection might not be possible currently, striving for it was worthy, which extended to not supporting morally undesirable companies. Upon receiving this response from the Church Commissioners, Equilibrium knew a follow-up response was necessary. Further complicating this situation was the diversity of interpretations held by LPs, many of whom had equally sophisticated ESG and sustainability protocols. The situation opens up a discussion regarding how each party should proceed, what solutions are available, who the stakeholders are, and how each side should come to terms with the possible outcomes.