Charity Investing and the impact of climate change science - the growing legal case to divest from fossil fuels

Major charities operate in a more complex legal area than individual private investors because a charity trustee is often responsible for investing money for the benefit of another party; that is for the beneficiaries of the Charity. This duty is often referred to as a trustee’s “fiduciary duty” and is an important concept in investment management for charities. Click here to download the PDF report (PDF 0.1Mb, opens in a new window)

J Ditchfield

02/12/2015

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