Advice firms form 'first of its kind' sustainability member organisation

To ‘empower’ advisers to advance clients’ sustainability interests

Isabel Baxter
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A select group of firms from the advisory industry have come together to form a sustainability-focused membership organisation.

AdviserAction has been created to "empower" advisers in the UK to advance clients' interest in improving sustainable outcomes and to pool resources to enable advisers to participate in corporate engagement. The first of its kind membership organisation is facilitated by sustainable investment firm CCLA. Through the organisation, founding members Castlefield, Clear Financial Advice, ESG Accord (Accord Initiative), Fintel PLC, Kellands Chartered Financial Planners, Lyndhurst Financial Management, Paradigm Norton and CCLA will focus on engagement with listed companies to drive sustainabl...

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