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Three new videos now live – Introducing Fund EcoMarket, SRI & SRI Jargon

April 14th, 2019

After working out that recording ‘live’ videos is not in fact a walk in the park…  I am delighted to say that we now have three brand new introductory SRI training videos on YouTube.

Before you click through can I please ask you to help us by clicking ‘Follow’ when you go on to the SRI Services YouTube site.  (This is because the YouTube rules now state that channel names can not be personalised until it has 100+ followers).

The links to all three are below (or you can simply go to our YouTube channel here).

I hope these are useful!

Julia

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