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Should you divest a company you no longer believe in?

YES

MICHELLE BRISBANE

Financial adviser, Ethical Investment Services

Why would you invest in a company you don’t believe in? As a financial adviser, I aim to not only improve my clients’ financial positions but to also get capital working for better environmental or social outcomes.

We do this by having a conversation about what clients value and what they believe in and then incorporate

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