Ecclesiastical wins ethical investment award

| October 2, 2009 | 0 Comments
Ecclesiastical wins ethical investment award

Ecclesiastical Investment Management was named the Best Ethical Investment Provider at the 2009 Investment, Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards.

Sue Round, EIM’s head of investments, said the company was “thrilled” to be awarded the accolade.

“Not only does it reflect the excellent fund performance and high levels of client service we have achieved over the year, but is also real validation of our decision last year to commit to an ethical approach”, she said.

Richard Eagling of Moneyfacts said EIM has “set exemplary standards for the rest of the industry to follow”.

Ecclesiastical’s Amity UK Fund was one of the first retail ethical funds on the UK market when it launched 20 years ago.

The Amity range is now made up of four funds, including the Amity Sterling Bond Fund and the Amity International Fund.

Amity investment portfolios are made up of companies that make a positive contribution to society and the environment through socially responsible and sustainable practices.

A total of 32 awards were present at this year’s Moneyfacts ceremony, with Prudential taking the accolade for overall best investment provider.

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