Advised women set to boost sustainable investments - survey

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Clients of female financial advisers are more likely to want to increase their holding in sustainable funds over the next six months, research has suggested. According to a survey of 1,500 investors, in Q2, by UK financial services website Boring Money, one-in-four (24%) of investors say they plan to increase their holdings in sustainable sector funds in the next six months. Advised clients are more likely (28%) than non-advised investors (20%) to want to increase sustainable exposure. Looking a step further at the differences between sexes, a third (32%) of advised wome...

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