Good Investing

What is 'good' investing?

Essentially, it means investing with the objective of "doing good", whilst aiming for a financial return. There is a range of options available, covering different values.

  • Ethical investing - excluding companies based on their involvement in, for instance, tobacco and gambling.
  • Sustainable & responsible investing (SRI) - primarily focuses on measuring a company’s approach to managing sustainability factors, for example avoiding companies that have polluted the environment or have poor health and safety regulations.
  • Impact investing - investing in companies that have the intention to generate positive and social and environmental impacts alongside financial returns.

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Rise of the Millennials

Who are the millennials, what motivates them and why should the investment industry take notice?

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Impact investing – from niche to mainstream

What is impact investing and why is it growing in importance in the investment industry?

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Investing with responsibility

Can we protect and enhance the value of clients’ investments, while contributing to a sustainable world?

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Find out about our range of values-based options