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An exclusion-based approach to ethical investing

An exclusion-based approach to ethical investing

A way to invest based on your values.

We all invest to make money. But it’s also possible to reflect your values in the way you invest.

Some investors choose to avoid industries that have a negative impact on society and the environment.

For example, some investors might avoid tobacco, gambling or oil and gas companies. We call this exclusion-based investing.

Download this guide, which is not personal advice, to discover:

  • What exclusion-based investing is
  • The potential benefits and drawbacks of using this approach
  • How to invest using exclusions-based funds

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    We wrote this guide to give you useful information about exclusions-based investing, but it’s not personal advice. If you’re unsure if investing’s right for you or where to invest, please ask for advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest.

    A way to invest based on your values

    We all invest to make money. But it’s also possible to reflect your values in the way you invest.

    Some investors choose to avoid industries that have a negative impact on society and the environment.

    For example, some investors might avoid tobacco, gambling or oil and gas companies. We call this exclusion-based investing.

    Download this guide, which is not personal advice, to discover:

    • What exclusion-based investing is
    • The potential benefits and drawbacks of using this approach
    • How to invest using exclusions-based funds

    We wrote this guide to give you useful information about exclusions-based investing, but it’s not personal advice. If you’re unsure if investing’s right for you or where to invest, please ask for advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest.

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