EQ Investors adds Positive Impact Portfolios to Hubwise & Zurich platforms

Mounting demand for impact investing solution.

FacebooktwitterlinkedinmailFacebooktwitterlinkedinmail   by Ben Faulkner, 10th September 2019

EQ Investors (EQ), has made its Positive Impact Portfolios available via two more adviser investment platforms – Hubwise & Zurich.

EQ’s popular Positive Impact Portfolios provide advisers with a proven impact investing strategy for their clients. Launched in 2012, the portfolios have outperformed their benchmark index since inception.

Key features of EQ’s Positive Impact Portfolios include:

  • Seven risk rated models;
  • Independent research team conducting financial and socially responsible due diligence;
  • A range of styles, asset classes and fund management groups;
  • Available in ISA, SIPP or GIA accounts;
  • Investing only in FCA authorised and recognised funds offering daily liquidity.

Commenting on the announcement, Damien Lardoux, Head of Impact Investing at EQ, said: “There is growing investor appetite for an impact investing approach which not only delivers an attractive return but is also committed to making a positive contribution to society or the environment.

“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.”

The EQ Positive Impact Portfolios are also available via the following adviser platforms: Alliance Trust Savings, Aviva, Novia, Novia Global (offshore), Nucleus, Parmenion, 7IM, Standard Life and Transact.

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About the author: Ben Faulkner

Ben joined EQ in 2015 and has over 14 years’ of experience across the pensions, financial technology and wealth management sectors. At EQ, he is responsible for developing, managing and implementing the marketing communications strategy. Outside of work, Ben’s two daughters keep him busy. He enjoys keeping fit, especially running and cycling along the Pilgrim’s Way.
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