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Climate crisis and ethical investment choices

Climate crisis and ethical investment choices

Date: 2 December 2021 | By: cosgrove

Held in Glasgow in November – COP26 – the United Nation’s 26th Conference of the Parties is
recognised as the most important climate change event since the 2015 Paris Agreement. In working together to tackle the climate crisis - the investment industry is stepping up with ethical investment choices.

Investment industry – a part to play
Launched last December, the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative has grown to over 120 investors, managing $43trn in assets – all  committed to supporting the net zero goal and investing aligned
with net zero emissions. COP provides an opportunity for investors to consider how they can develop solutions to climate issues and offer ethical investment choices.

Commenting on the popularity of the initiative, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change CEO, Stephanie Pfeifer, commented, “In just six months, nearly half of the global asset management sector
has committed to achieving net zero emissions with their clients across the funds they manage. This marks a fundamental tipping point across the investment sector and a significant boost in efforts to tackle climate change and decarbonise the global economy. There’s a lot more to achieve, but the sector is increasingly on a path to a net zero future.”

Ethical Investments

With a focus on sustainable and ethical investment choices, our system is based around companies that Quilter Financial Planning have pinpointed around the globe, which help to provide solutions to environmental and economical issues.

We understand that it is a personal choice to select a specific investment, which aligns with your personal ethics and opinions. Why not book a call with Ian Brown, our wealth management and investment advisor and explore your options?


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