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July 7, 2020

The dirty dozen. Part 2. The harmful industries that sneak into our portfolios.

In the second part of this series, we discuss old growth logging, human rights abuses, alcohol and GMOs.

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The dirty dozen. Part 1. The harmful industries that sneak into our portfolios.

This three-part blog series highlights the top environmental and social concerns you might want to consider in your super and investments.

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Lets create the future

Listening to the experts..

In my role as a financial adviser and financial coach I speak with people every day which led me to think…

What will the future of financial advice look like?

Considering a client’s values and ethical concerns in financial advice might become the new norm, according to current regulatory changes, consumer demand and global trends. There are three important drivers of change currently taking place in financial advice, that is triggering discussion among advisers, clients and investors. First, Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA)…

Greenwashing: when is sustainable not responsible?

Responsible investing has become so popular that many fund managers want to get in on the action. But just because a fund is called sustainable or ethical… is it really? It’s great that responsible investing is becoming more popular. It means that more money is being invested in companies that do good for people and…

Gender Diversity

Gender: does it impact your investments?

Gender diversity is becoming increasingly important, as investors realise that it makes good business sense to incorporate the viewpoints of half the world’s population.

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