Sustainable Investing

Our ‘Eco Friendly’ sustainable investment advice experts can help you to invest with a purpose. Our due diligence process identifies sustainable investment funds. Sustainable funds consider good Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) factors to drive your investment returns. 

Sustainable Investing

When you invest in funds with good Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials, your fund manager will choose which stocks, shares and other financial instruments to invest in only after they’ve conducted an ESG impact assessment.

Your manager will exclude any industries or activities that negatively impact your ESG objectives. This means they will invest your money in companies that can demonstrate a commitment to sustainability in their own business and positively impact the themes associated with ESG credentials.

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Use your investments to influence how companies interact with the community, their employees, the products they make and the nature of their services.

Either screen your investments for ESG factors which are important to you or invest in line with a broad framework of positive sustainability goals guided by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals framework.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The information provided in these FAQs does not constitute professional financial advice. We strongly recommend you consult a professional adviser before proceeding with a financial transaction.

What Is sustainable investment management?

To invest sustainably, before they invest an investor considers whether a particular company, stock or fund has good environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) credentials.

What are examples of sustainable investments?

People invest their savings in funds which specialise in finding companies with suitable employment and environmental credentials. For example, some investment funds take a principals-based approach to investing which considers the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals framework, whilst some investors create a bespoke investment portfolio based on the results of a screen of suitable funds for positive, negative and neutral ESG factors.

What are the 4 strategies of ESG investing?

There are four main approaches to ESG investing: –

  • Wholehearted integration of ESG factors in the investment decision-making process.
  • Impact investing is an investment strategy that seeks to create a positive environmental and social impact to drive good investment returns.
  • Negative screening for ESG factors involves excluding companies from an investment portfolio that score poorly on ESG factors relative to their peers.
  • Positive screening for ESG factors includes any companies in an investment portfolio that score well on ESG factors relative to their peers.
Is sustainable investing good?

There’s a large and growing movement of activist ethical investors who work to influence environmental, social and good corporate governance factors. Companies face pressure to change their policies from this shareholder group, which drives real change.

Sustainable investing can help influence how companies interact with the community, their employees, their products, and the nature of the services they provide.

The value of an investment and any income from it may fall and rise, and you may not get back the total amount you invest.

Is sustainable investing just a FAD?

No. It’s reasonable to expect companies with good ESG credentials to outperform others in the long run.

The value of an investment and any income from it may fall and rise, and you may not get back the total amount you invest.

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