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Socially Responsible Investing

Socially Responsible Investment is a prominent form of ethical investing. Broadly it can be defined as an investment strategy which seeks to consider both financial return and social good.

Socially responsible investing (SRI) is generally focused on the encouragement of good corporate practices and in particular those which promote issues such as human rights, consumer protection, diversity and environmental stewardship.

Many Socially Responsible Investment Funds (SRI) not only invest in a manner which promotes these issues and supports companies with good SRI practices but also actively engage with corporate management through stakeholder advocacy and shareholder activism to encourage corporate management to change company practices so that they are more socially responsible.

Churchill Ethical Investment has considerable expertise in helping clients plan their finances and invest in a manner which is consistent with their ethical values and when these values include socially responsibility, we help clients invest in well diversified portfolios of socially responsible investment funds.

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We ensure our client’s investment portfolios are not only consistent with their ethical values but also with their attitude to risk, investment objectives and investment timeline.