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inSRI newsletter January 2018

January 31st, 2018

inSRI newsletterOur long overdue inSRI newsletter which was sent out today is available here.

It includes a range of information, tips and links on the following:

  • Government reviews that are relevant to SRI
  • Industry developments
  • Fund news
  • Fund EcoMarket updates and reminders, downloads
  • Event information (Quilter Cheviot and Transparency Taskforce)
  • A request for comment on how we can improve www.FundEcoMarket.co.uk (we are about to upgrade the site so that it works better on tablets and phones) – we welcome feedback and comments that will help inform our plans for how the site should look in future. To Julia@sriServices.co.uk please!

31 January 2018

 

 

http://mailchi.mp/130f6b352d6e/insri-sri-services-and-fund-ecomarket-news-update-january-2018

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