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Invest in a better future for yourself and the world. You don’t have to compromise your social and environmental values in order to make money, Tickr only offer investments in companies that are trying to have a positive impact on people and the planet. Your money may be protected up to £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme
Investec FTSE4Good 6 Year Deposit Plan
at end of term
- 15.9% fixed return if the underlying Index is higher than its Initial Level
- Underlying Index tracks the largest 50 companies on the London stock exchange which have a high Environmental, Social and Governance rating
- Capital protected
- 6 year term
- Medium/long term alternative to fixed rates
- Available for cash ISA, ISA transfer and direct investment
- Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
- Deadline for ISA transfer applications – 4 December 2020
- Deadline for Direct & ISA applications – 23 December 2020
- Returns not guaranteed. You may only receive a return of your original capital
- Minimum investment £3,000
- An arrangement fee applies to this plan
- If you withdraw your money during the plan you may get back less than you originally invested
Ethical Investment Funds
The traditional approach to ethical investment has been one of screening with some funds negatively screening companies to exclude those firms that operate in certain fields e.g. tobacco or gambling.
Positive screening works on a “best in class” approach with fund managers selecting companies that are making positive steps to demonstrate socially responsible practices with regards to how they operate.
In more recent times climate change has become a driver for new funds with company selections being made on attitudes to environmental issues.
In selecting a fund ensure you read the fund factsheet so you understand the fund objectives and the type of companies the fund manager selects.
Some funds are higher risk than others investing in future technologies while others are more conservative in their approach.
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