ECCR’s vision is to see money used in a way that creates a fairer and more sustainable world. We help faith communities and people to make financial choices which reflect these values and passions.
Help us achieve our mission by supporting us financially.
Please use the form on the right to support us today.
We are also very grateful for the support of the following asset managers:
Rathbone Greenbank Investments
Rathbone Greenbank is the specialist ethical, sustainable and impact investment team of Rathbone Brothers Plc, providing a bespoke investment management service to an ever-growing number of private clients, trustees and professional advisers.
Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church
The Central Finance Board provides professional investment management for organisations within Methodism. Their ethical investment approach enables the Methodist Church to hold investments which are consistent with Christian teaching.
Wholly owned by the Central Finance Board of the Methodist Board (and established in 1996), Epworth Investment Management is dedicated to serving the needs of non-Methodist churches and charities, all within a robust ethical framework.
Janus Henderson is a global asset management company. They recognise that with this, comes important responsibilities. They are committed to managing their business and clients’ assets in support of long-term sustainable business practices in line with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles.
CCLA manages investments for charities, religious organisations and the public sector, and are largely owned by their clients' funds. The delivery of sustainable long-term returns is a central requirement for their clients, so they assess environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks in conjunction with the financial position of their investments.
Sarasin & Partners
Sarasin believe it is critical to take a holistic view of the underlying financial performance of a company and its sustainability. The impact of a company on the environment and society matters in their evaluation of investment prospects. The potential impact of a wide variety of trends are considered very carefully ranging from climate change to labour conditions and resource scarcity as an integral part of their thematic investment approach.