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A taste of things to come – ILP Moneyfacts SRI article

December 19th, 2017

SRI Services latest ILP Moneyfacts SRI article

(DecemILP Moneyfacts front cover Dec17ber 2017)

Here is the link to my article published in this month’s Investment Life and Pension Moneyfacts (as highlighted on their front cover!)

Download article here:  SRI Services ILP Moneyfacts December 2017

This piece looks at some of the key messages from UKSIF’s ‘Good Money Week 2017’ .

It also talks through some of the very different ways investors can offer ‘good’ options for investors, the changing SRI/ESG regulatory backdrop, some thoughts on ‘impact’, the UN SDGs and the great ‘labels and taxonomies’ debate.

My thanks once again go to editor Richard Eagling for polishing this up so beautifully and publishing this article!

I’d very much welcome readers thoughts on which of my hopes, fears and opinions you agree or disagree with!

Julia@sriServices.co.uk

 

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