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EQ Investors adds ethical MPS to Parmenion

EQ Investors adds ethical MPS to Parmenion

EQ Investors has made its ethical Positive Impact Portfolio available for financial advisers on the Parmenion platform.

Damien Lardoux (pictured), portfolio manager at EQ, said: ‘We are committed to working with advisers and ensuring the portfolios are available to their clients where possible.

‘The portfolios have been an enormous success since they were established, in line with growing evidence that companies run in a sustainable and responsible manner generate superior returns.’

Launched in 2012, the range aims to cater to a growing investor demand for ethical investments.

The team manages seven risk profiles that range in equity exposure from 35% to 100%. The portfolios have an annual management charge of 0.35% plus VAT.

The Positive Impact Portfolios are also available via the Alliance Trust, Aviva, Novia, Nucleus, Standard Life, Transact and 7IM platforms.

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