Eight more advice firms join CCLA's sustainability group

Allowing advisers to engage with listed firms on sustainability issues

Isabel Baxter
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Eight more firms are joining CCLA Investment Management’s sustainability-focused membership organisation.

AdviserAction was launched in November last year to enable the advice industry to engage with listed companies on sustainability issues. The latest joiners include Ethical Futures, Foster Denovo, Henson Crisp, Holden & Partners, Kingsfleet Wealth, Prydis Wealth Scotland, TAM Asset Management and Unburdened Solutions.  The initiative now has 16 members. Founding members include Castlefield, Clear Financial Advice, ESG Accord (Accord Initiative), Fintel, Kellands Chartered Financial Planners, Lyndhurst Financial Management, Paradigm Norton and SRI Services.  CCLA head of client relat...

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