|Date of publishing:||May 02, 2011|
|Also available in the following languages:||Dutch, French|
Ethibel funds ... investments with respect for people and nature
An Ethibel label fund only invests in shares of companies with a high CSR score. It comes down to keeping the balance between economic progress, environmental protection and social responsibility.
How sustainable are sustainable investments?
Is your investment sustainable because you do not have shares in companies which produce weapons or are involved in nuclear energy? Maybe so, maybe not. Also other questions can be asked like how is the staff treated and how do they use raw materials?
Ethibel labels accelerate CSR
Forum ETHIBEL only allows shares of companies with a high CSR score at all levels. It allows us to encourage the business world to make serious work of corporate social responsibility. And not to aim for quick returns at the expense of people and the environment.
Your CSR ambitions are confirmed by Forum ETHIBEL
Our certifications and audits: indispensable instruments for companies who are dedicated to corporate governance and transparent entrepreneurship.
PIONEER & EXCELLENCE Label
Our standard for Socially Responsible Investing
The Investment Register only contains companies with a favourable assessment score. Investment funds with the Forum ETHIBEL label are exclusively composed on the basis of this register.
Financial products with the Ethibel PIONEER or Ethibel EXCELLENCE label guarantee that only shares and bonds from the Investment Register will be invested in.
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