As we approach the end of the year and the dust settles on Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn statement, now is a good time for some financial planning. It might be a busy time, but it’s worth taking the time to reflect on the past year, consider how the changes from the Autumn budget could affect you, and do some pre-planning so you know what to focus on in the year ahead.
November played host to the annual Ethical Consumer Week 2023, and Path Financial were again more than pleased to be one of the main sponsors of the week.
Last week, the news agenda was full to the brim with devastating headlines and pictures showing the damage we are doing to our planet.
Path are once again collaborating and supporting the WOW Foundation (Women of the World) as they continue to inspire and empower women across the globe. This month saw the marking of International Day of the Girl with a WOW speed mentoring event in London.
In his book, Green Money: How your money can work harder for you and save the planet, David Macdonald, Founder and Chartered Financial Planner at Path Financial, builds on the knowledge and wisdom he shares with his clients, to help explore how to save the planet through thoughtful financial planning and investing in sustainability-focussed business.
We have a responsibility to think about the way we invest our money, not only for us as individuals, but for society.
We are continually evaluating our offering to ensure that Path clients are best placed to capture opportunities for both personal fund growth as well as maximising their potential Positive Impact returns, and so the Path Climate Focus and Climate Solutions portfolios are evolving.
This week we have a guest blog from Ben Morling, Account Manager at High-Rise Communications. Path work with High-Rise Communications on PR and communications, making sure our messaging is clear and being heard by the right people.
Juliet Davenport’s latest book ‘The Green Start-Up’ is an essential toolkit for eco-conscious entrepreneurs. It explores the many issues someone may have when setting up and operating a successful green business and provides expert advice on how these can be resolved.
Are you taking part in this year’s Veganuary? Have you thought about looking at your investments as well? Research from Make My Money Matter shows that the single biggest impact most people have on climate change is via their finances. The average UK pension has 21x more impact on an individual’s carbon footprint than other lifestyle or behavioural changes, such as reducing car journeys or even… going vegan.