Once you’ve made a decision to invest sustainably and have some idea of what your priorities are, the next step is finding the right approach for you.
Every year more and more sustainable funds are being launched, and more and more investment providers are embedding sustainability into all that they do, giving investors an ever-increasing range of options to choose from. However, making comparisons requires some careful thought.
Sustainable funds, for example, can have a variety of labels (like socially responsible, green or ethical) and yet there is no standardised way of rating them or verifying their credentials.
These are a few pointers that may help you on your journey to finding the right approach for you, and these will be explained throughout this article.