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Why choose Australian Ethical

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Advisor toolkit

Aligning advice with client values

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Client questionnaire

Personal values questionnaire

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Ethical investing is growing rapidly

The choices available to investors wanting to do good for themselves and the planet are vast. To make good choices investors need to understand how their investments can have an influence – and how to avoid green washing.

Dr Stuart Palmer, Head of Ethics Research, discusses the different types of ethical investment so you can help align your clients' investments with their values.

The Shades of Green webinar will equip you to answer these questions about responsible investment:

  • What is responsible investment?
  • Is it the same as ESG, ethical, sustainable and impact investing? 
  • Why is it growing so fast?
  • What do people want from it, and how would they know if they’re getting it?
  • Are banks, Facebook and coal mines good investments?

Access innovative small cap opportunities

Hear from our Australian Equities team whose active small cap expertise has been recently recognised by Money Management's Fund Manager of the Year - Responsible Investments and Financial Standard's Investment Leadership Award - ESG.

Andy and Mike will show you how they apply their stock picking expertise to an ethical universe of stocks and prove that your clients don’t need to compromise on performance if they invest ethically.

The webinar will cover the benefits of incorporating this strategy into your recommendations, including:

  • how an ethical approach removes domestic bias and exposes clients to forward looking sectors
  • the benefits of an active small cap approach and sector specialisation to portfolio outcomes
  • how we deliver competitive long-term returns with lower risk and lower correlation.

Our Influence: A Round-Up of Our Recent Advocacy Activities

As well as making a difference through what we do and don’t invest in, Australian Ethical works with companies to encourage improvement of the social and environmental impacts of their businesses.

We use a variety of approaches, including private engagement and public advocacy as well as formal and informal collaborations with other investors and civil society organisations.

We regularly review issues and themes where Australian Ethical can make a contribution – and we welcome member and other stakeholder views on areas where we can best work for positive change.

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The output of the calculator is general information only and should not be relied upon for the purposes of making a financial decision in relation to a financial product.  We strongly recommend you seek financial advice tailored to your own circumstances before you make any financial decisions.  The information provided does not consider your objectives, financial situation or needs nor does it consider the risks, benefits or fees of any particular investment choices you make. 

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