Ethical Investment and Positive Change – Capital for Good
RobMac have always challenged professional investment managers to ask awkward questions of the directors of the firms they invest in and with. These include not only detailed forensics of the company finances but also their ethical approach. What do they invest in and so on – these companies must operate to certain standards and at the same time make money for their shareholder.
Recently we have noted a new trend called Positive Change or Impact Investing – click here for an explanation. Here investors are determined to generate social and environmental impact as well as future returns – capital for good.
We believe that more of our clients are in line with our thinking.
If you would like to discuss your ethical investment further with one of our consultants (without obligation), then click on the button and select a suitable time and date to arrange a meeting.
Your investment may fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you put in.
VCT and EIS investments are very high risk and you may lose your capital.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Tax advice.