BlackRock tracker takes bulk of £1.3bn sustainable allocations

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BlackRock tracker takes bulk of £1.3bn sustainable allocations

Investment data shows low carbon funds dominated the market in January, with asset management giant BlackRock to the fore

Sustainable investments attracted a large volume of assets at the start of the year, with net £1.3bn invested, over half of which went into a low carbon equity tracker managed by BlackRock according to...

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