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Align your money with your values

Ethical and environmental investing or Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is a practice of selecting investments based on ethical, moral, socially conscious and sustainable investing.

SRI typically avoids investing in companies involved in gambling, alcohol, smoking or firearms. Some will avoid investing into companies with negative impact on environment, abuse human rights or promote exploitation.

Positive screening
Ethically driven investment funds, as the very first step of their investment selection, perform positive screening to choose companies with positive impact on environment, sustainability and are socially conscious and responsible.
Negative Screening
The second step is to perform negative screening to remove companies that do not meet ethical, social or environmental requirements to be included in the investment menu.
Align your money with your values
Ethical investing is investing based on the issues that matter to you.
But unfortunately investments that advertise as being ethical, are not equal and do not employ the same screening regime. Therefore deep research is necessary to ensure that your investment will really reflect your believes & your values

“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us.
When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect”

– Aldo Leopold

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