UK - Money purchase scheme members at FTSE100 firms are being denied access to socially responsible investment options, research by IPN's sister publication Professional Pensions shows.
The survey suggests that only 7.5% of the top 100 firms offer DC members access to an SRI fund. The survey – which comprised 40 companies in the FTSE100 – revealed that only BP, Barclays and Legal & General offered DC members access to an SRI fund.
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