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

Michael Holder
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Patrick Sheehan, founder and partner, ETF Partners
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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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