Hope fading for Co-Op bank

The Bank of England has placed the Co-op Bank under “intensive supervision” as survival options for the ethically-based lender dwindle. The BBC understands contingency plans to ensure the “orderly failure” of the 150 year old bank are well advanced. Co-op Bank customers will be protected whatever happens, but professional investors took a beating on Wednesday.…

Report: Investors lacking expertise needed to deliver on promised green investment strategies

New research from E3G reveals a third of investor signatories to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment do not employ ESG investment specialists A third of investors committed to adopting greener, more sustainable investment strategies are failing to employ the experts that are likely to be needed to deliver promised reforms, according to new research…

Ethical Investments shrug off Trump – further optimism around renewables

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…

New Exam Success at Investing Ethically

We are pleased to announce that our apprentice Charlotte has passed another exam, covering financial services, regulation & ethics.  Combined with her previous exam this means she has completed The Chartered Insurance Institute’s Certificate in Financial Services.  Well done Charlotte, on the way to becoming a paraplanner! We are very proud of you.