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Video: Intentional investing

More than three in four charities want to align their investments with their mission, according to a recent survey by Cazenove Charities. But what does that look like in practice?

28/01/2021
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Authors

Emilie Shaw
Portfolio Director and Sustainability Lead
Kate Rogers
Head of Sustainability, Wealth

77% of charities want to align their investments with their mission, according to a recent report by Cazenove Charities. What does that mean in practice?

In this video, Kate Rogers, Co-Head of Cazenove Charities, discusses the trends in mission-aligned investing. Sustainable Investment Specialist Emilie Shaw explains how we can help charities create portfolios that reflect charities' values.

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Authors

Emilie Shaw
Portfolio Director and Sustainability Lead
Kate Rogers
Head of Sustainability, Wealth

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The value of your investments and the income received from them can fall as well as rise. You may not get back the amount you invested.