Doctors twice as likely to invest 'ethically' - Chase de Vere

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Andrea Sproates: "With doctors more than twice as likely to invest ethically, there is already a strong demand for investments that can produce solid returns and are less harmful to our wider society.”
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Andrea Sproates: "With doctors more than twice as likely to invest ethically, there is already a strong demand for investments that can produce solid returns and are less harmful to our wider society.”

Doctors are twice as likely as their non-medial counterparts to invest "ethically", according to advice firm Chase de Vere.

The IFA, which launched an advice arm for the medical profession last year, hs found one in five (19.5%) of doctors choose to invest in ethical portfolios. This is compared to one-in-10 (9.7%) typi...

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