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Why and how you should consider ESG investing in your portfolio

Why and how you should consider ESG investing in your portfolio

There was a time when Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues were the niche concern of a select group of investors, who tended to have strong ethical or socially responsible views. Times are changing though, and now many of us are keen to consider ESG investment in our portfolios.

Join The Fry Group for an interactive webinar on April 29 at 11am CEST and hear from a panel of expert speakers who will be sharing their thoughts on why ESG is increasingly relevant, and an approach that all investors should consider.

Speakers include Justine Leigh-Bell, Deputy CEO at the Climate Bonds Initiative, Charlotte Yonge, Fund Manager at Troy Asset Management and Andy Aitken, CEO & Co-Founder at Honest Mobile. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A’s with the panel.

In this event, you will learn what ESG investing means and why it’s more relevant today. It will give you an overview of the key points and examples of how companies and fund managers approach ESG investing.

Register for this free event here.

If you are unable to attend this webinar, we can send you a recording. Email: events@thefrygroup.be

After many years of working with clients in this area for many years, The Fry Group opened its Belgium office in 2009, Since then, they have been helping expatriates living and working in the region to plan properly their finances.

Their team of planners, many of who are expats themselves, have strong cross-border knowledge and an integrated approach to tax, estates and financial planning, with particular specialism in pensions and retirement planning.

They are focused on understanding your requirements to help you plan your investments and minimize your UK tax liabilities. Their aim is to make all aspects of financial planning simple, straightforward and effective.

Find out about The Fry Group here.


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