Ethical investing.

Did you know that if you see a Financial Adviser, they will discuss the option of Ethical investing with you?

Ethical investing means something different to everyone and there different shades of green. 86% of Australians expect their super or other investments to be invested responsibly and ethically.

Ethical investing may mean excluding things that cause harm such as weapons, tobacco, and gambling. To others, it means to include positive impact investments such as green energy. It can be tailored based on your specific requirements and wishes.

Responsible and ethical investments now represent 44% of Australia’s professionally managed assets and are growing. However, it is also influencing our everyday banking as 87% of Australians expect the money in their bank accounts to be invested responsibly and ethically.

Did you know that we are not only a certified B Corp but we are also members of the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA)? 

RIAA is dedicated to ensuring capital is aligned with achieving a healthy society, environment and economy. They have over 300 members managing more than $9 trillion in assets globally, RIAA is the largest and most active network of people and organisations engaged in responsible, ethical and impact investing across Australia and New Zealand.

We as investors and consumers have a significant impact on the world around us and we decide what we want it to look like. 

To find out more check out the RIAA website here.

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