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Fund EcoMarket

the sustainable, responsible and ethical investment information hub

Downloads & support for financial advisers and intermediaries

Helping you to offer advice on SRI and ethical investments

big 3 cropped Understanding & using Fund EcoMarket:

Download our ‘Screened, Themed and Engaged’ Fund EcoMarket overview  here.

You can download the Big3_Table page here as a stand alone item.  (This plots the 8 SRI Styles against the 3 most common client areas of interest in this area.)

SRI Styles downloads

Fact Finding support

  • Go to the SRI StyleFinder on line questionnaire on Fund EcoMarket.  This microsite helps you to  identify preferred SRI Styles.  Intermediaries can send this link to clients if they wish as it does not link back to the Fund EcoMarket  site. (The Stylefinder tool has a report function so that clients can print or save their findings and give them to an adviser for audit trail purposes).
  • Download a hard copy of our SRI StyleFinder Questionnaire pdf  this document which can be sent to a client.  When complete you can use this information on our online SRI StyleFinder questionnaire to identify a client’s best fit SRI Styles.  Use this in the SRI Styles filter on Fund EcoMarket to find relevant fund options.
  • Download our Supplementary fact find questionnaire that mirrors the filter options on Fund EcoMarket – this helps to fill in any ‘gaps’ and is useful for client with specific areas of interest.

Additional support for financial advisers

IFA literature:

Additional Articles

Go to sriServices literature directory for earlier literature.

For Adviser Training or to join our ‘Find an Adviser’ area contact Julia@sriServices.co.uk

Additional Support –  join our LinkedIn Group, sign up to our newsletter (FS professionals only) and/or follow us on Twitter (open to all).  See Fund EcoMarket home page for buttons/links.

Fund Managers and product providers contact Julia@sriServices.co.uk

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  • See Citywire and Asset TV interviews via Fund EcoMarket home page.
  • PFS training event recording & slides are available via the Literature page above.
  • Introduction to sriServices & Fund EcoMarket here –  See below – recorded at our ‘Screened, Themed & Engaged 2016’ event 9 November 2016 (the day of the US election results).
    • Panel Session 1 (panel members: Alliance Trust Investment (now Liontrust team), Sarasin & Partners, Rathbones, Unicorn Asset Management, Ethical Futures, MSCI)
    • Panel Session 2 (follows on from session 1)

External Sources

Pension Actuaries Climate Risk warning letter



CISI event January 2017

RSMR Event November 2017


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