EQ Investors publishes annual sustainability report

Fourth annual report

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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EQ Investors have published their fourth annual report

EQ Investors have published their fourth annual report

EQ Investors, the boutique wealth manager, has published its fourth annual impact report, documenting the environmental and social benefits of its ‘Positive Impact’ portfolios.

The report stated that for every £1m that was invested in its EQ Positive Impact Adventurous portfolio, the impact included 52m litres of wastewater cleaned (equivalent to 402 households' wastewater), 75 tonnes of waste recycled and 623 hours of school, further and adult education delivered. For the first time, the report explains the ‘theory of change' framework that the company uses to build its impact metrics and assess the impact of each investment, through linking a company's activities to a set of targets based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. It documents three case studie...

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