Interest sparking in sustainable investing post-Covid-19

Boring Money research

Sophie King
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The research aims to help the sector develop products and services which meet consumer demands and went out to 19,000 advisers and 5,000 UK consumers.
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The research aims to help the sector develop products and services which meet consumer demands and went out to 19,000 advisers and 5,000 UK consumers.

Two-fifths (40%) of advisers and consumers have reported a higher interest in sustainable investing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, research conducted by Boring Money has found.

In the Great British Sustainable Savers Census survey, which was sent out to 19,000 advisers and 5,000 consumers, nearly nine in 10 (89%) 18-44 year-olds said it was important that a fund manager o...

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