We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website.
Accept All Cookies
Find out more
Cookie Portal
Manage and find out more about the cookies used on this website.
View Cookie Settings
Read Cookie Policy

Accept All Cookies and Close
Close Without Saving
< Back
This website has 3 types of cookies:
Your preferences will not take affect until the next page loads or this page is reloaded.
Strictly Necessary Cookies These cookies are required in order for you to use the website.
Feature Cookies These cookies provide third-party features, such as Twitter.
Performance Cookies These cookies help to improve the user experience of our website, such as tracking which pages are the most popular.
Save and Close
< Back
< Back
Cookie Policy
< Back

Also in this section

Latest News

What is screening?

Screening is a process for vetting companies which excludes from investment those whose activities conflict with your ethical views; and approves for investment companies whose activities either don't raise concerns, or have positive social or environmental benefits.

In addition to identifying core activities that conflict with specific ethical concerns, such as the sale of weapons or tobacco, the research and analysis underpinning the screening process takes into account the positive measures, such as policies, management systems and initiatives, which companies use to mitigate their environmental and human rights impacts.

Discover more about the Ethical Issues we cover, Our Research Process, and Sustainable Investment:

Ethical Issues
Explore the range of positive and negative ethical issues covered by our in-depth research and analysis...

Our Research Process
Learn more about the processes and information sources we use to research companies and ethical issues…

Sustainable Investment
Learn more about sustainable investment and how companies can contribute to furthering the aims of The UN Goals…