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Adviser interest in climate change set to boil over

More than half of advisers would invest their own money in the latest tranche of climate change vehicles research from Virgin Money has shown.

The survey of 100 advisers conducted by George Street Research found that 55 would invest in the funds and 44 expected demand from clients to grow in the next 12 months.

Virgin Money spokesperson Jason Wyer-Smith says: “IFAs can see that climate change funds are a growing sector and given that the funds are relatively new in the UK it is encouraging that advisers already believe they are worth investing in.”

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