Acevo sets up working group to advise charities on ethical investment

The group, to be chaired by Martin Clarke, was established in response to the BBC Panorama investigation into Comic Relief’s investments and will report in the autumn

The chief executives body Acevo has set up a working group that will advise charities and social enterprises on ethical investment.

The group, which will be chaired by Martin Clarke, chair of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association, will consider issues such as how charities can align their missions with their investment policies.

It will also examine topics including the state of the ethical and responsible investment market, the relationship between responsible investing and impact investing, and the role of an organisation’s chief executive in forming and communicating responsible investment policies.

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