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New ‘Find An Adviser’ Map added to Fund EcoMarket

November 8th, 2019

Although this fund tool is  intended mainly for use by financial services intermediaries  you may be aware that we have had a ‘Find an Adviser‘ page on the site since launch, so that people can find a financial adviser who offers advice on this area if they so wish.

To make finding an adviser even easier we switched this to a map format (with details listed below) in October.

Please note this is not us ‘recommending’ any particular adviser – however we have spoken with each and have confirmed that they always discuss sustainable, responsible and ethical options with clients.

Intermediaries wishing to join this list can email me on julia@sriservices.co.uk

(nb We charge a nominal admin fee to include details to the site.)

 

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