ETF Partners: Why companies can be greener than they first appear

Michael Holder
Patrick Sheehan, founder and partner, ETF Partners

Patrick Sheehan, founder and partner, ETF Partners

Founder and partner of UK investment fund, Patrick Sheehan, explains his unique approach to funding innovation

The Environmental Technologies Fund - better known as ETF Partners - seeks out green innovation opportunities in slightly different places to many other investors. With more than £190m of investment...

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