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Responsible Investment

Responsible Investment

Could you profit from your principles?

Responsible investment means different things to different people. In this guide, which is not personal advice, we break down the jargon and look at some of the main ways you can align your principles with your investments. Find out more about:

  • Stewardship, ESG, exclusions-based, and impact funds
  • How responsible investment funds might perform
  • How to pick shares that fit your moral compass

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    Investing in individual companies isn’t right for everyone. Shares are for people who understand the increased risk of investing in individual shares. If the company fails you risk losing your whole investment. You should make sure you understand the companies you’re invested in, their specific risks and make sure any shares you own are held as part of a diversified portfolio. When buying shares please be aware that on rare occasions shares can be delisted from the stock market, without warning. If this happens it may be difficult and costly, or even impossible, to sell your shares.

    Could you profit from your principles?

    Responsible investment means different things to different people. In this guide, we break down the jargon and look at some of the main ways you can align your principles with your investments. Find out more about:

    • Stewardship, ESG, exclusions-based, and impact funds
    • How responsible investment funds might perform
    • How to pick shares that fit your moral compass

    Investing in individual companies isn’t right for everyone. Shares are for people who understand the increased risk of investing in individual shares. If the company fails you risk losing your whole investment. You should make sure you understand the companies you’re invested in, their specific risks and make sure any shares you own are held as part of a diversified portfolio. When buying shares please be aware that on rare occasions shares can be delisted from the stock market, without warning. If this happens it may be difficult and costly, or even impossible, to sell your shares.

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