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The Guide to Ethical Financial Advice 2013

The Guide to Ethical Financial Advice 2013

Welcome to Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Guide to Ethical Financial Advice 2013Here, you’ll find all the information you need on where to find a specialist ethical financial adviser near you.

Profiling members of the Ethical Investment Association (EIA), as well as looking into the history of financial advice more generally, after reading the guide you will be able to make a more informed decision about whether such an ethical adviser is most appropriate for you.

But when making this decision, consider the words of the Ancient Greek statesman Solon: “In giving advice, seek to help, not please, your friend.”

We think this phrase exemplifies why opting for a financial adviser that specialises in ethical investment is undoubtedly the wisest path to take when it comes to planning your finances.

Click here to download The Guide to Ethical Financial Advice 2013 (10MB file).

On the go? Download the mobile version (6MB file).

You can also access the report on Issuu and Scribd.

We published seven reports last year in our Guide to… series, covering ethical shoppingsustainable bankingsustainable investmentsustainable tourismlimitless clean energy and responsible media, as well as a second sustainable investment issue that was published as part of National Ethical Investment Week. Our three previous reports in 2013 have covered sustainable tourismsustainable investment and ownership.

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