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‘Investment  Professionals – shifting the dial from brown to green’

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Dialshifter is a new initiative that we are working on, the aim of which is to make funds, intermediaries and advisers who are helping to ‘shift the dial’ from brown to green readily recognisable.

Our market is diverse and dynamic and views will vary.  But with so many investors doing so little to address sustainability related challenges – and climate change in particular – it is time to highlight those that are moving firmly in the right direction.

We are currently starting to pilot Dialshifter. To view the requirements and (if you wish) join our pilot, please go to the ‘Dialshifter’ tab at the top of the www.Dialshifter.com website and go to the text page and form that relates to your area of business, or use the links below.

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