Chase de Vere DFM service raises £50m since June launch as ethical funds gain traction

Growing demand for vehicles with ESG credentials

Natalie Kenway
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Ben Willis of Chase de Vere
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Ben Willis of Chase de Vere

Chase de Vere's recently launched discretionary managed service has seen around 25% of inflows into the firm's ethical range, indicating the growing demand for vehicles with ESG credentials.

Head of portfolio management Ben Willis, who joined the firm earlier this year after 12 years at Whitechurch Securities, said overall the new range had raised £50m since its launch in June. He said:...

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