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Welcome to our ESG Resource hub. A place where you can access expert insight, educational content and support around the key areas of ESG to benefit you and your clients.
Our commitment to responsible investment has a long track record. We’ve been at the forefront of responsible and sustainable investment for 35 years and were the first carbon-neutral international insurer.
This year Aviva Investors, with the support of Aviva’s Executive Committee, has launched our Climate Escalation Programme. We'll provide relevant updates within the hub over the coming months.
As a platform business, we also recognise the importance of offering a range of responsible investments to help you help your clients create a better future. We offer over 180 ethically managed funds from a wide range of fund managers, which you can find using the advanced filters through our fund centre, including the Stewardship UK Equity Fund, the UK’s first ethical fund of its kind.
Areas to explore
ESG for wealth advisers
Find out more about our commitment to ESG investing, access useful articles and watch our CPD accredited training programme.
Workplace ESG support
Find our ESG information and support, to help you give your employees the freedom to invest responsibly.
ESG Know How
Earn CPD points with our ESG training programme.
ESG Know How: training programme
This CPD accredited interactive based training programme is designed to help you navigate the ESG landscape, understand the regulatory changes that may affect your business, and provide guidance when it comes to talking to your clients about ESG.
In the past, it has been the case that financial factors and metrics have been researched and considered when making decisions about investments.
ESG investing incorporates environment, social and governance (ESG) elements into a fund’s investment process, in addition to financial considerations.
The ESG framework is based on the belief that these factors are critical to a company’s future financial performance. The theory is that companies that don’t impact the environment, have a social conscience and are well-governed will out-perform other companies.