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NPI and conservation charity WWF join forces to launch ethical Oeic

NPI and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have joined forces to launch an ethical open-ended investment company.


They have also launched an ethical Pep to fit within the Oeic that will invest 50 per cent of its portfolio in European equities.


The NPI/WWF Investment Fund will invest in companies which generate value by investing in beneficial technologies and are environmentally responsible.


The companies will come mainly from education, renewable energy, healthcare and water management.

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