Authenticity Beyond Greenwash
1st March 2023
With no common standards or measures used by investment providers, it can be difficult to know what to believe. In this seminar, we will address these concerns and provide insights on how you can find funds that meet their specific needs and aspirations.
Recent surveys showed that more than half of Kiwi investors were concerned about misleading claims, exaggeration, and greenwash when it came to investing. With no common standards or measures used by investment providers, it was difficult to know what to believe.
In that seminar, we addressed those concerns and provided insights on how investors could find funds that met their specific needs and aspirations. We discussed the importance of due diligence and how to identify funds that aligned with personal values and investment goals.
We talked with Carey Church, a leading financial adviser who was passionate about assisting people to invest ethically. She and the Moneyworks team helped clients with financial planning and understood where, why and how they were investing.
Using the Mindful Money research, the proprietary Moneyworks research provided clients with transparent, personalized analysis on what investments they held that did not align with their values, helping them to cut through the greenwashing, including understanding the role of stewardship and active engagement by fund managers.
Whether you are new to investing or an experienced investor, this seminar will provide valuable information to help you
make informed decisions and find funds that are right for you.
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