Our founder’s take on Johnson’s 10-point green plan We’ve heard some very bold announcements from an apparently rejuvenated Boris Johnson this week. These are welcome, and encouraging, but we need to remember that a vision without action is merely a daydream. The need to move into a circular economy is not in doubt. Boris has […]
Make My Money Matter
How can investors ensure they are making a real difference? Flick through to any financial pages and it’s hard to miss the buzz around ESG. The term itself has been around for a while and, up until recently, investing this way was a niche for only the most sustainably-minded investor. Now, however, things have changed. […]
Financial Planning Week 2020 is underway and we are offering free one-hour consultations across the country.
We’ve exhausted the earth’s ecological budget for the year. For the next 4 months, we’ll be ringing up a deficit as the planet can no longer play catch up with our demands
We’ve exhausted the earth’s ecological budget for the year. For the next 4 months, we’ll be ringing up a deficit as the planet can no longer play catch up with our demands This Saturday, it’s Earth Overshoot day, so at Path Financial we’re exploring our ecological footprint, calculating our own personal overshoot day1, sharing ideas […]
We’ve been shortlisted as BusinessGreen’s ‘ESG Investor of the Year’ We are thrilled to announce that Path Financial has been shortlisted in the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards’ ‘ESG Investor of the Year’ category. These prestigious awards seek to recognise and celebrate the top blue chips, innovative start-ups and inspiring sustainability leaders for their work in tackling […]
Why Westminster’s £3bn green investment package proves it’s down to people, not politics, to save our planet
The summer budget offered an opportunity for the government to show itself as a leader on the world stage by acting boldly and with genuine purpose in the fight against climate change. Yet instead of innovation, we’ve been gifted insulation.
Wishing Richard Curtis and his team at Make My Money Matter well with the launch of their campaign today. The public does not want to make a financial return from lung cancer and climate destruction. They find it immoral and repugnant. Yet most workplace pensions and personal pension fund managers persist in investing in tobacco and fossil fuel companies.