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Media coverage of the Triodos Socially Responsible Investment Funds and research into ethical investments.

UK tracker funds are not socially responsible Moneywise

Opinium Research polled 2003 people in the UK on behalf of Triodos Bank and found that 63 per cent of millennial investors think people should invest their money where it can support companies that make a positive contribution to society and the environment.

Investors want more transparent sustainable funding opportunities edie

New research from ethical investment specialists Triodos Bank has revealed that investors want to increase ethical investment prospects and enhance socially responsible investment (SRI) opportunities, despite many feeling that they don't have the opportunity to do so.

Public Call for Financial ‘Kitemark’ to help Identify Sustainable Financial Products Blue & Green Tomorrow

Huw Davies, Head of Retail Banking at Triodos Bank, said, "Triodos Bank would very much welcome the introduction of a kitemark-style scheme … We hope that all the major players in the UK financial system will rally around an initiative like this."

Strong public demand for sustainable finance kitemark Wealth Advisor

Huw Davies, Head of Retail Banking at Triodos Bank, said, "Triodos Bank would very much welcome the introduction of a kitemark-style scheme … We hope that all the major players in the UK financial system will rally around an initiative like this."

Good Money Week: time to get to grips with ethical investment Share Radio

Whitni Thomas, Senior Investor Relations Manager of Triodos, joins the Investment Perspectives show to discuss Good Money Week and ethical investing.

Can ethical funds keep up with their rivals? Study claims the 'feel-good' factor costs investors, but fans say a positive impact matters Daily Mail

Huw Davies, head of retail banking at Triodos Bank UK said: … ‘We want to call on all banks and financial providers to be more transparent and open about where they invest people's money, so that investors can make informed choices.'

Jemma Moran: What Does Your Bank Really Do With Your Money? Huffington Post

A survey for Triodos Bank for Good Money Week has revealed that 62% of us would like their money to support profitable companies that also make a positive contribution to society and the environment.

Investors turning to socially responsible investing South West Business

Many [investors] have never been offered opportunities to invest in SRI (socially responsible investing) funds, according to research released by the Bristol-based Triodos Bank today, at the beginning of Good Money Week.

Can ethical funds keep up with their rivals? Study claims the 'feel-good' factor costs investors, but fans say a positive impact matters This is Money

Huw Davies, head of retail banking at Triodos Bank UK said: … ‘We want to call on all banks and financial providers to be more transparent and open about where they invest people's money, so that investors can make informed choices.'

Do you want your savings to go into selling cigarettes? The Guardian

Huw Davies of Triodos Bank UK says: "Our research reveals that a majority of investors want sustainable and ethical investment options, and the industry must respond to this demand." Also appears in ExecReview and MSN Money

Play the investment game like Andy Murray The Times

Many high-street institutions have trimmed the rates on deposit accounts to the bone. However, Triodos Bank, another backer of Good Money Week, is offering some of the better savings rates.

Are your investments destroying the planet? The Independent

But with half of UK investors claiming they have never been offered a (SRI), Triodos has called on banks and other financial providers to be more transparent when it comes to disclosing where and how its customers’ money is being invested.

New report claims tracker investments could be damaging the environment MoneyNet

A new Good Money Week survey from Triodos Bank, released alongside the Castlefield report highlights how worried consumers are about these findings.

Top Secrets of the Ethical Uber-Rich Ethical Hedonist

Sustainable investors … also tend to invest in businesses that demonstrate long-term good decision-making, not short-term profit seeking. Triodos Sustainable Pioneer Funds are designed with this in mind.

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