Using a discretionary fund manager (DFM) can reduce research time and help advisers understand the nuances of ESG investments, but how can advisers know they are making the right choice?
Our founder and MD Heather Hopkins shared her views with ‘Professional Adviser’ on how advisers should ask questions about the data used by the DFM, as part of their due diligence:
“Data can be different between ESG providers, so it is important advisers understand how it is being used by the DFM so they are comfortable with any questions that arise from clients”.
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