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The art of throwing good money after bad

Maybe you've got some money to invest—if so, how can you make sure you avoid unethical businesses?

By Andy Davis   August 2018
Yes—but who are you handing it to?

Yes—but who are you handing it to?

Most people want to invest responsibly. Recent research by the Defined Contribution Investment Forum found that 81 per cent of people said businesses had a wider responsibility than making a profit, while 61 per cent assume pension schemes follow responsible/sustainable investment principles. 

Most don’t, which is why the government said in June that trustees will have to factor environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into their investment process. 

So, pension scheme trustees will face similar questions to…

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