Growth in social investment by young affluent

Research from the Charities Aid Foundation shows that wealthy individuals aged under 40 are significantly more likely to be concerned with more than just making profits. Seventy five per cent of the younger affluent have an element of their portfolio allocated to socially conscious investments, compared to 57% of the over 40s.

Civil Society News article at http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/fundraising/news/content/18830/wealthy_under-40s_are_driving_growth_in_socially-conscious_investment_caf_study_finds, CAF press release at https://www.cafonline.org/about-us/media-office/press-releases/2015/0901-wealthy-young-ethical.aspx or direct to the report ‘Philanthropy: A gift or investment?’.

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