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SRI Advice Process

Different methods work for different people however we recommend the following for financial advisers who are new to this area:

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Focusing on what is different from ‘regular fact finding’ – this typically involves asking clients an initial fact find question and following up with a supplementary fact finding questions.

Options for additional fact finding include:

  • discussing areas of personal interest in ‘conversation’
  • showing interested clients a list of issues (from which to select areas of interest)
  • identifying relevant strategies using indicator statements (or options) – and refining with additional prompts as required.

We are happy to discuss these further if you wish.

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