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Brooks Macdonald launches Responsible Investment Hub for advisers

Brooks Macdonald launches Responsible Investment Hub for advisers

Thursday 25 November 2021

Brooks Macdonald launches Responsible Investment Hub for advisers


Brooks Macdonald is launching a dedicated Responsible Investment Hub for advisers, to help support their conversations with clients.

The Hub provides four focus areas, accessible for free, to help advisers, including webinars, thought leadership, literature and corporate social responsibility (CSR).

The firm says that advisers note that clients respond well to better storytelling around their portfolios, in a way that demonstrates how their investment is making an impact. The Hub aims to improve engagement from advisers around how they can put capital to work in a way that aligns with the eight sustainability themes of the Brooks Macdonald ‘Advance’ investment strategy, as outlined in the bi-annual Responsible Investing report. 

Ben Palmer, Head of Responsible Investment at Brooks Macdonald commented: 

“We know the advisers we work with want to spend more time on their clients and running their businesses. This means they need the right information delivered in the most efficient way possible. Creating the Responsible Investment Hub is our next step in opening up conversations around responsible investing. 

“The direction of travel for responsible investing is clear. More investors are exploring funds that benefit society in addition to generating returns, now more than ever post COP 26. The Responsible Investment Hub for advisers provides a single destination that informs and helps open up those conversations.”

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