What Is It?
- Ethical investing is choosing investments based on ethical or moral principles
- It gives individuals power to allocate capital to companies whose practices and values align with their own personal beliefs
Who are they potentially suitable for?
- Ethical investors typically want to avoid investments in sin stocks - companies involved with stigmatized activities, such as gambling, alcohol, smoking, or firearms
- Ethical funds are available for investors to invest in with their Personal Pensions and ISAs
How can we help?
We can help you to invest in this exciting area, based on your personal ethical preferences, risk profile and investment objectives and will provide you with detailed research and personal recommendations, to suit your individual circumstances
What should I do next?
If you would like us to advise you on whether Ethical investing is suitable for you, please contact Nick Chaitow in Critchleys Financial Planning.
First published 20 January 2021
Last Updated 20 January 2021
20 January 2021
This is for information purposes only. No action should be taken without seeking specific professional advice. Thank you.
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