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Our team has been writing and talking about sustainable and ethical finance across the financial media since 2014, from national newspapers to B2B industry titles to small targeted blogs. You can find a selection of our work here.
Investors have been less keen on exchange traded funds lately as a result of market volatility in some of the most popular investment areas, with total assets invested in the sector globally decreasing by a record $180.1 billion in February, according to ETFGI.
Your workplace pension is being invested. Whether its £20 or £2,000, the money that leaves your paycheck every month to save for your retirement is going straight into financial markets, without fail.
Attracted by the ethics and the prospect of attractive returns, but don't know your ESG from your SRI? Let Anna Fedorova guide you through the maze of sustainable investment opportunities.
Despite the growing popularity of responsible investing in the UK, it appears both investors and fund providers have not yet gained a firm grasp of what the word 'ethical' really means in terms of investment.
Religion isn’t what it used to be. In an increasingly secular nation, fewer and fewer of us look to God or Her incarnations for a steer on how to live our lives. However, many of us do still expect a certain moral standard from The Church, particularly around its investment portfolio, which in the past has come under scrutiny for holdings in less than upstanding companies.
We speak to Seb Beloe, partner at WHEB Asset Management, who tells us about how he and his team have been working to even further decarbonise the WHEB Sustainability fund, despite its investments in energy saving companies and technologies already taking hundreds of tonnes of Co2 out of the atmosphere every year.
Investment into Good investment funds is going gangbusters. According to statistics from the Investment Association (IA), private investors like you and me poured £1.3 billion into what it calls ethical funds last year.
This week labour pressure group Momentum and People and Planet have made headlines with their campaign against Barclays Bank, the UK money house throwing more at the fossil fuel industry than any of its British peers.