Socially responsible investing

Is the grass greener on the other side?

Making investment decisions based on morals and ethics isn’t a new idea but it has risen in prominence as global warming and human-caused damage to the environment have become social causes at the forefront of our consciousness.

For those looking to invest ethically and responsibly, there are now so many terms to describe your options. These include Socially Responsible Investing, Ethical Investing, Impact Investing and ESG Investing.

As the sector becomes more cluttered, with more and more options available to investors, it is important that you are aware of the key differences between the terminology used by investment managers and how this determines what their fund is aiming to achieve.

The attached article therefore looks to explain what the different terms mean. It also shows the positive returns that investors can achieve through socially responsible investing. Please feel free to read or download the article.

If you are considering sustainable investments as part of your diversified portfolio, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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