While it might be evident to some that wind and solar power are considered ethical investment choices, technologies that enable the transition to a completely sustainable energy cycle are equally qualified. In making investments with a focus on ethical outcomes we need to consider how energy is produced, transported, consumed and regulated in determining the best investment opportunities for our investors.
Ever wondered what your money is doing? Unlike most investment managers, we are 100% transparent about our investments. Check out five ways companies Australian Ethical invests in are shaking things up, from helping people sleep better to bringing solar lights and green building materials to communities around the world.
- Australian Ethical Investment is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Stuart Palmer to the position of Head of Ethics.
- New privacy laws came into force on 12 March 2014. Australian Ethical is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information.
- We’re lucky to have an extremely engaged social community who are exceptionally passionate about some of the ethical issues facing us as both a nation and a global community. After announcing today that we’ve reached the 10,000 fans marker, we wanted to find out which issues our fans care most about. We’ve crunched some numbers and the results are in.
- It’s been a big week for us in terms of social media - we’ve not only just hit the 10,000 fan mark but we’ve also been awarded an ASFA Marketing Communications award for our social media engagement & growth strategy.