Start the conversation on SRI


From www.investmentexecutive.com |May 28, 2014 09:40

By Fiona Collie

Whether they talk about it or not clients are interested in socially responsible investing (SRI) and are waiting for their advisors to start the conversation, according to new research by Toronto-based NEI Investments.

According to a study released in April, 92% of surveyed individuals say it is important to choose investment products that coincide with their values. Furthermore, 43% of respondents said an advisor who started a conversation on socially responsible investing would be more likely to get their business. read more>


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