Here at Investing Ethically, we have been speaking with fund managers about their environmentally focussed funds. It was noted that companies are paying far more attention to environmental issues from a risk perspective than some governments currently are. In addition, local people and Non-Governmental Organisations are increasingly unwilling to sit on the side-lines while their…
In this latest insight Edentree examine why Farm Animal Welfare is an issue and what the areas of concern are. Key points of the briefing include: • The economic impact of livestock • Regulation around farm animal welfare • Why this matters to investors and how investors can monitor farm animal welfare • The Business…
In May 2016 we contacted our clients and supporters to inform them about a new social investment from Thrive Renewables – The Thrive Renewables (Buchan) Limited bond offer. This was a five year investment offering a gross interest of 5.5%.
At Investing Ethically we work hard to identify and research new ethical funds for our clients.
The ISA allowance will rise to £20,000 for the 2017/18 tax year. For this tax year, 2016/17, the allowance remains at £15,240.
In January, Phil, Lisa and Andy travelled to London to meet with Kames Capital (who manage the Kames Ethical, Ethical Cautious and Ethical Corporate Bond funds) and Jupiter Asset Management (who manage the Jupiter Ecology and Responsible Income funds).
On Saturday 12th December, for the first time in history, all 197 countries reached an agreement which was described as “historic, durable and ambitious”.
When we attended the last Ethical Investment Association conference in November 2015, we came across a new initiative which we thought our clients would be interested and encouraged to hear about.
We hosted our 2nd annual ethical investment seminar in Norwich in October and welcomed four speakers to entertain our audience and hopefully reinforce the many reasons why investors choose to invest ethically.
We are proud to announce that we have been chosen as one of the ‘Green 100’ businesses who are leading the way in sustainable and environmental business practices across Suffolk and Norfolk, helping drive forward the green economy.