Positive Pennine Videos

At Positive Pennine we recognised the need for investors to be able to invest in a sustainable and responsible manner. We also find there are a lot of questions and jargon used around sustainable investing, therefore the team at Positive Pennine have created a series of short videos to provide some explanations to what it all means. We hope you enjoy these short videos.

Positive Pennine videos Jayne Raven

Welcome to Positive Pennine.

Jayne Raven
Marketing Manager

Positive Pennine videos George Critchley

What is the E in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and what does it mean?

George Critchley
Senior Partner

Positive Pennine videos Helen Lupton

What is the S in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and what does it mean?

Helen Lupton
Compliance Partner

Positive Pennine videos Sean Fisher

What us the G in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and what does it mean?

Sean Fisher
Business Development Manager

Positive Pennine videos George Critchley

What is Socially Responsible Investing and how does it work?

George Critchley
Senior Partner

Positive Pennine videos Helen Lupton

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Explained.

Helen Lupton
Compliance Partner

Positive Pennine videos George Critchley

What is Impact investing and what does it mean?

George Critchley
Senior Partner

Positive Pennine videos Sean Fisher

General jargon buster, what the most common used terms mean.

Sean Fisher
Business Development Manager

Positive Pennine videos George Critchley

Ethical investing explained.

George Critchley
Senior Partner

Positive Pennine videos Sean Fisher

What is Green washing, what does it mean and how do we avoid it.

Sean Fisher
Business Development Manager

Positive Pennine videos George Critchley

How we avoid harm in our portfolios.

George Critchley
Senior Partner

Positive Pennine videos Helen Lupton

The value of using an IFA.

Helen Lupton
Compliance Partner

What people say

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