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Hold the date – 19 October SRI event

June 28th, 2017

People and world iStock_000003127471XSmallFollowing the success of our ‘sold out’ event last year we are currently work on the plans for ‘Screened, Themed and Engaged 2017’ .

This year’s Fund EcoMarket & sriServices ‘Good Money Week’ event for financial advisers and industry professionals will be held in Central London on the afternoon of 19 October.

Attendees will hear from – and have the opportunity to speak with – a range of fund managers  as well as other industry experts.

Further details will be published soon.

Please contact Julia@sriServices.co.uk to discuss.

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