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Which? report on ethical investment

August 5th, 2020

I’m delighted to have been able to support Which? with their recent ethical investment report (and for both SRI Services & Fund EcoMarket to have earned a mention online and in their magazine.)

The report is a good introduction to the sector and one individual investors are likely to find very useful, with quotes from superstar #IFA Olivia Bowen of Castlefield and RLAM – (although it does include criticism of the sector … that most of us would probably say is not unreasonable).

The report author is looking for feedback – so please drop me a note if you are able. #Ethical #ESG #Sustainable investment.

You can view the article via the link : Is ethical investing just too difficult? (August 2020)

And if you are looking for an IFA in your area who works in this space – please take a look at our ‘Find an Adviser’ list and map here!

julia@sriServices.co.uk

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