Witan to invest solely in 'sustainable businesses' by 2030

Annual results

James Baxter-Derrington
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In its annual results, chair Andrew Ross announced the firm’s target is to manage the portfolio to a place where it consists “entirely of sustainable businesses by 2030 or earlier”.
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In its annual results, chair Andrew Ross announced the firm’s target is to manage the portfolio to a place where it consists “entirely of sustainable businesses by 2030 or earlier”.

Witan investment trust will invest only in “sustainable businesses” by 2030 in order to both protect the planet and its people as well as investor returns.

In its annual results, chair Andrew Ross announced the firm's target is to manage the portfolio to a place where it consists "entirely of sustainable businesses by 2030 or earlier". Witan rebounds after 'humbling' 2020 "As an investment company, we aim to make well-informed investment decisions that ensure that the pursuit of prosperity is not achieved at the expense of the planet or its people," Ross said. "Indeed, we believe companies which disregard this will fail to deliver sustainable returns to shareholders in the long term." The results also revealed the firm had delivere...

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