Legal & General offer retirement plans and investments. Read more about their ethical trust here.
Since 2017, Legal & General’s shares in the 5 companies involved in the production of nuclear weapons amount to $2,091 million.
Legal & General has an ethical Trust ISA policy excluding nuclear weapons, but there has been limited engagement with this project and responses suggested some lack of awareness of this issue. Legal and General has shares amounting to $2,091 million in 5 companies involved in the production of nuclear weapons since 2017.
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@LGIM Stop investing in nuclear weapons-producing companies! Allowing customers to request exclusions is not enough, clients should not have to opt-in to being ethical. #InvestingInChange @UKNWFRGTweet
@LGIM Your customers deserve to know their money is being invested in nuclear weapons-producing companies, please make your policy more clear on your website and consult with your customers on this issue. #InvestingInChange @UKNWFRGTweet
@LGIM How will the ratification of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons affect your business practices? #InvestingInChange @UKNWFRGTweet
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