Fears rise around mis-selling of ESG products

According to Cicero report

Tom Eckett
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Fears rising around mis-selling of ESG products

There are growing concerns environmental, social and governance (ESG) products are being mis-sold to investors, according to a report by research house Cicero.

The report found 97 of the 100 independent and restricted financial advisers surveyed said they were either "very concerned" or "fairly concerned" about the potential for ESG products to be mis-sold to...

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