Financial PlannersEthical Investments
Ethical Funds have risen from £4.5billion in 2008 to £16.7 billion in 2018 acording to Hargreave Lansdowne
ESG investing considers environmental, social and governance factors as part of the investment planning process
Investors have come to realise that Climate Change, Green Initiatives & Sustainable projects have become very important considerations for investors.
Future sections will include:
- Climate Change
- Ethical Investments
- Green Investments
- Sustainable Investments
- Social Investments
- ESG Investments
- 100 year Bonds – Austria, Belgium, and Ireland have all issued century-bonds within the past two years as Eurozone borrowing costs have declined.