Sustainable investment options are gaining traction among fund members, especially now that many outperform their fund’s default balanced option.
With demand for ethical investments on the rise, more super funds and investment managers are answering the call.
A systematic approach is advisable if you want to reduce the impact of climate change on the environment and your future investment returns.
We look at whether you can rid your super of fossil fuels, and how a renewable energy portfolio might affect your nest egg.
While climate change is front of mind for many Australians during a summer of catastrophic bushfires, it is just one of many environmental, social and governance issues driving a growing investor demand for sustainable investments.
If you’d like more control over how your super is invested, we have prepared a simple guide to what responsible investment means when it comes to super.