Most Savers Want Openness On Enviro Pensions, Aviva Says

By Irene Madongo (March 19, 2021, 2:58 PM GMT) -- An estimated 63% of people who have pensions, investments and savings believe financial companies should be more transparent about environmental issues when it comes to where their money is invested, according to a study by insurance giant Aviva PLC.

The research, conducted for the insurer by pollster Ipsos MORI with a survey of 1,498 adults in December 2020, also found that 55% of them don't know where their pension is being invested, Aviva said.

Also revealed was that 7 out of 10 of those surveyed said they just want the highest return on their investment, according to Aviva's report, published on...

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