Advisers must help 'demystify' ethical investing - UKSIF

Good Money Week: 8 to 14 October

Victoria McKeever
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Simon Howard: "There is a real opportunity for forward-looking advisers to respond to this evolving market demand and offer a service aligned with what people want."
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Simon Howard: "There is a real opportunity for forward-looking advisers to respond to this evolving market demand and offer a service aligned with what people want."

Good Money Week organiser UKSIF has called on financial advisers to help "demystify" ethical investments as research revealed increasing public demand for products that "make money and have a positive impact".  

The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) coordinates Good Money Week, which this year runs until 14 October and aims to spread awareness to consumers about the sustainable and ...

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