How to Choose an Ethical Investment
Professional Investment Advice
Our aim is to provide you with as much information as you need to make a decision for yourself. You can discuss your needs over the phone with an adviser. The initial meeting is normally free of charge and without obligation. To cover the cost of giving advice, advisers work on a fee or commission basis. This will be discussed either on the phone or at the initial meeting.

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We can help you find an ethical adviser close to you, who can provide unbiased advice on the complete range of investment opportunities available.

How much to invest?
Decide how much you can afford to invest or save monthly for the longer term. You should invest only the amount you do not anticipate requiring for the next five years or more, since short term volatility makes it risky to invest over a lesser period than this. Money which is likely to be needed in the short term or as an emergency should be kept on deposit for ready access, and there are a number of ethical deposit accounts for you to choose from.
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