We’ve been diligently scouring the newswires, fielding multiple press releases and scribbling over 40 articles about Good Money Week 2015. Our publisher even spoke at an event on Monday. It’s been a blast and GMW15 has had the most positive media coverage we’ve seen in five years. A big high five to the team at UKSIF and all those who have participated to make a difference.
Here’s the stuff that’s trended on Google over the last seven days.
Blue & Green: The Guide to Sustainable Investment 2015. Read more.
- A Q&A with Simon Howard, Chief Executive of UKSIF
- Vigeo Eiris 2016 UK & Europe Retail Fund Estimates Show Strong Responsible Investment
- The Big Short screening and discussion afternoon
- Robo-investors are Funding Damaging Social and Environmental Activities
- Good Money Week 2016 – 5 Reasons Why Ethical Investment Makes Sense
Blue & Green: Good Money Week: 3D Star Rating identifies four 5-star investment options from Threadneedle, Triodos, WHEB and Brookfield. Read more.
Independent: Throw good money at good firms and achieve good returns. Read more.
Blue & Green: “Make Our Money Count” Public Demand For Sustainable Pensions & Savings Reaches Record High. Read more.
Interactive Investor: It pays to invest ethically. Read more.
Blue & Green: Ecotricity’s ecobond three to offer 5.5% to investors. Read more.
Morningstar: Investor Views: “Ethical Investing has Boosted My SIPP”. Read more.
Money Facts: Ethical investors have been rewarded. Read more.
Actuarial Post: MPs call for transparency from Parliamentary pension fund. Read more.
Blue & Green: Winners and Spinners Report 2015 reveals best-in-class ethical funds but uncovers evidence of ‘greenwash’. Read more.
Every Investor: Porvairas chosen as Share of the Week. Read more
Independent: Millennials can help us all save a packet while saving the world. Read more.
Actuarial Post: Women want to make a difference with their money. Read more
Blue & Green: Chelsea Financial Services: Standard Life, Rathbone, First State and EdenTree ranked top ethical funds. Read more
Scotsman: Charity Bank loan helped restore Govan landmark. Read more.
Forbes: Fact – The Younger The Investors, The More They Care About Values. Read more.
Blue & Green: Abundance launches Peer-to-Peer Pension. Read more.