Quilter offer wealth management services. Read more about their responsible investment policy here.
Quilter does not confirm that the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons would be sufficient to require a blanket exclusion policy on nuclear weapons-producing companies.
Quilter has an ethical policy and refers to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, but does not confirm that the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons would be sufficient to require a blanket exclusion policy on nuclear weapons-producing companies. They have an ethical fund, but it is not the default.
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@Quilter Stop investing in nuclear weapons-producing companies! Having an ethical option is not enough – customers should not have to opt-in to being ethical and blanket exclusions should be the norm #InvestingInChange @UKNWFRGTweet
@Quilter How will the ratification of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons affect your business practices? #InvestingInChange @UKNWFRGTweet
@Quilter 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
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