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Buying an electric car – our ‘personal’ experience

February 9th, 2021

Since electric vehicles (EV’s) first came on the market I have been pining for one. For the last few years that mostly involved browsing Autrotrader, but last month, with ever growing concerns about climate change – and looking for something to cheer me up – I decided it was time to take the plunge. The […]

Coronavirus and ESG – some early (personal) reflections

March 27th, 2020

This has undoubtedly been a memorable (and pretty miserable) week, month and indeed quarter. My first thoughts, when the horrible seriousness of Coronovirus started to become clear, may however have been a little different from some in that they were not entirely negative… Aside from the fears about relatives – my mother-in-law is recently bereaved, […]

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SRI Services response to FCA SDR and labels consultation DP21/4
January 17, 2022

I am delighted to share our response to the FCAs recent ‘Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) and investment labels‘ discussion paper. Our response was rather lengthy,  so you may prefer to focus on the summary of key points below (the text below is ‘as submitted’): Download our response here: FCA SDR DP 21 4 SRI Services […]

Top 50 Fund EcoMarket sustainable investment searches 2021
January 17, 2022

  Below is a list of the top 50 filter options selected by Fund EcoMarket users during the course of 2021. This shows that, as in previous years, a wide range of filters are used by Fund EcoMarket users, most probably as that is what is required in order to offer advice on sustainable investment […]

ShareAction report on asset managers’ proxy votes
December 17, 2021

ShareAction has just published their 2021 report on shareholder voting. The gist of the report is that many shareholders, most importantly amongst them the largest (because they have the most votes) are not supporting shareholder resolutions on environmental and social issues – even when their proxy advisers are recommending they should. There will doubtless be […]