This week, non-profit network B Lab announced a new milestone – there is now a community of over 1000 B Corps in Europe. That’s 1000 companies who taking collective action to address society’s most critical challenges, working together to create an inclusive, equitable and regenerative economy.
Greenwashing has dented consumer confidence and trust. Worst of all, it has misled clients at this time of existential crisis, when they need to be able to confidently invest in line with their values. It is a topic that has been the subject of much debate in the financial industry, and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has now published its Sustainability Disclosure Requirement (SDR) and Investment Labels consultation paper.
COP27 is under way in Egypt, with world leaders coming together to accelerate efforts to confront the climate crisis. Last year’s conference saw a number of pension funds and asset managers committing to net-zero emissions targets by 2050, or even sooner. 12 months on from COP26, how much progress has been made?
As a business, we want to help to revolutionise savings and help give power to people who care about making a difference – not just for themselves and their loved ones, but for the global community too. That’s why we’re taking part in this week’s Ethical Consumer Week.
We, at Path, want to help people with their money as much as we can. So, this week we went out to the national media with a story about something that’s rather unknown among the general population: claiming tax relief from someone else paying into your pension.
The political drama continues, with media headlines dominated by government chaos and economic uncertainty. Now newly appointed chancellor Jeremy Hunt has unveiled a raft of changes to ex-chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget, in an effort to rebuild investor confidence and repair the damage to the economy. What changes has he made, and what does they mean for you and your finances? Here, we outline some of the key announcements around taxes, pensions, savings and investments.
Have you heard of the International Day of the Girl celebration? It’s a global movement and festival to celebrate women, girls and non-binary people as well as to promote gender equality.
Greenwashing takes centre stage at Good Money Week – can you be sure of where your money’s invested?
This week is Good Money Week. It’s all about helping people make good money choices through their investments, pensions, and savings, with the environment at its heart. Thus, it’s about promoting a ‘green slate, clean slate’.
It’s been an eventful few days in the world of finance, after Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget on Friday triggered a record fall in the pound versus the dollar. Here, we look at what some of the Chancellor’s announcements – and the resulting market volatility – could mean for you and your savings and investments.
Our message is simple: act now and make the switch to avoid a climate catastrophe. Wind, solar, bioenergy and hydroelectricity sources have been in our arsenal for years, and used to be relatively expensive compared to the energy produced. Now that’s no longer the case, we need to be utilising them more.