Advised women more likely to increase sustainable holdings - Boring Money

Tom Ellis
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Clients of female financial advisers are more likely to want to increase their holding in sustainable funds over the next six months, Boring Money’s research has suggested.

According to the firm's survey of 1,500 investors, in Q2 one-in-four (24%) of investors say they plan to increase their holdings in sustainable sector funds in the next six months. That said, advised clients are more likely (28%) than non-advised investors (20%) to want to increase sustainable exposure. Looking a step further at the differences between sexes, a third (32%) of advised women say they plan to increase their sustainable holdings compared to a little more than a quarter (26%) of advised men. Almost four-in-ten (38%) women said they already had sustainable holdings compared...

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