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Video: How to open an Ethical Investment Plan

It's easy to invest in line with your values.
How to open an Ethical Investment Plan
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Investing in a responsible way is easy with Wealthify. We’ve created five ethical investment portfolios to choose from. They aim to avoid investing in industries that are considered harmful to society and the environment, like gambling and tobacco. It’s also about investing in organisations that are committed to operating in the most sustainable ways. Creating an ethical investment plan couldn’t be easier. Simply choose whether you want an ISA or a general investment plan, choose how much to invest and your investment style (cautious to adventurous), then simply tap the ‘ethical’ button. Our experts will build you a plan that only invests in companies with the highest standards of practice in the areas of environmental impact, social justice and corporate ethics and build your ethical investment fund for you. We’ll manage your plan and adjust it, when necessary, to keep it on track. So you can invest for your future while staying true to your values.

Wealthify helps you to break down the barriers to investing. Start a Stocks and Shares ISA, Investment ISA, a general investment plan, or an ethical investment ISA with as much or as little as you like. It takes less than 10 minutes to sign up and Wealthify’s experts do everything, picking your investments and managing them for you, every day.




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