Chartered firm Progeny achieves B Corp certification

Wealth manager says: ‘We must practice what we preach’

Jenna Brown
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National Chartered wealth management firm Progeny has achieved B Corp certification.

The certification means a business is meeting high standards of verified performance, accountability, and transparency on factors from employee benefits and charitable giving to supply chain practices and input materials, according to the organisation. Progeny joins other advice businesses such as First Wealth and The Path in achieving the standard. Progeny UK managing director Caroline Hawkesley said: "B Corp certification means a huge amount to Progeny. As a business, you need to fully commit to the process and the B Corp values must become truly embedded in your structure and cultu...

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