Good Money Week raises awareness of sustainable, responsible and ethical finance - banking, pensions savings and investments - to help people make good money choices.
This year (our eleventh), we're focusing on empowering women to feel more confident when it comes to investing because, not only do we know that women are less likely to invest - causing a huge investment gap, particularly when it comes to pensions - we've found that women are actually more likely to invest ethically.
So when women invest - the world wins! Which begs the question - Who Fund the World ?
Good Money Week was launched in 2008 and previously known as National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) before it was rebranded in 2014.
Good Money Week is co-ordinated by UKSIF – the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association. For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions.
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Please note that the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) does not undertake regulated financial services activities.