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  • Ethical Investment Association to welcome financial advisers to annual conference

    30 May 2014

    By Alex Blackburne, Blue & Green Investor

    The Ethical Investment Association (EIA), the membership organisation for financial advisers who provide advice on ethical and sustainable investment, is preparing for its annual summer conference.

    Taking place between 10.30am and 4.30pm on June 17 in Birmingham city centre, it is a chance to hear first-hand from some of the sector’s leading names – from fund managers, financial advisers and other thought leaders.

    Confirmed speakers this year include asset manager First State Investments, research firm EIRIS and the investor coalition the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR).

    Tanya Pein, co-chair of the EIA, said, “If you’re an adviser, come along to get CPD credits, while enjoying the chance to network and share ideas with like-minded IFAs, catch up with old friends and make new ones, and swap news and views. Hear from SRI fund managers and pose direct questions, and get updated on some of the latest developments in social investment and the wider issues in ethical financial advice.

    She added, “It’s the very best way for advisers to keep up with the latest trends, and be on the inside track to help their clients.”

    The conference is free for EIA members, but open on a one-off basis to all non-member advisers who might be interested in joining the EIA.


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    EIA is a chapter of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) and more information on how to attend can be found on its website or by emailing


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