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Hear from Oxford Risk's Chief Client Officer, James Pereira-Stubbs and FinTech Global Director, Richard Sachar as firms are announced for the Global ESG FinTech100 list 2022.

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Investment management specialists, 7IM have partnered with behavioural finance pioneers, Oxford Risk to support growing demand amongst advisers and wealth managers for risk-mapped funds and portfolios.

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As European MiFID II regulation comes into force and other global regulators start to follow suit, we review what wealth managers can do to meet regulatory compliance whilst best positioning themselves for client demand in ESG investments.

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Head of Behavioural Finance at Oxford Risk, Greg Davies PhD speaks with WealthBrieifing Group Editor, Tom Borroughes.

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Watch now: Oxford Risk's Head of Behavioural Finance, Greg Davies PhD, keynote at the European Fintech ESG Summit.

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Download the latest guide from behavioural finance experts, Oxford Risk. ESG: The Compelling & The Compliant.

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Responding to the forthcoming MiFID regulations for sustainable investing and ESG.

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Oxford Risk wins prestigous ESG award at Wealth Briefing Awards 2022.

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Tech can be a microscope for matching ESG preferences to products, but too often it’s a blindfold.

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The biggest barrier to social impact investing is low awareness of its opportunities to align investment goals with social goals. Some investors prefer to consciously trade-off social good and financial outcomes, thereby 'buying' the maximum social good with their wealth.

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Financial returns aren't the only thing investors value. Financial returns aren't just a means, they can be an end. Investors need to feel comfortable with their portfolio if they are to succeed.

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Sustainable and would-be-sustainable investors are distinguished by attitudes far more than by demographics, and points to six 'social investment profiles' that indicate characteristics of different representative groups of the investing population.

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Sustainable and would-be-sustainable investors are distinguished by attitudes far more than by demographics, and points to six 'social investment profiles' that indicate characteristics of different representative groups of the investing population.

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Oxford Risk collaborated with Standard Chartered on a report into interest in sustainable investing: what's the current state of play, and how can it be improved?

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