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Triodos Bank
Bristol, England
Triodos Bank only lends money to enterprises that create social, environmental or cultural value. Personal customers are offered a range of ethical savings and investments, including accounts in partnership with organisations like the Soil Association and Amnesty...
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Unity Trust Bank
Birmingham, West Midlands, England
Unity is a specialist bank for organisations and businesses that aim to create community, social or environmental benefit. With over 30 years experience in the sector, we provide tailored day-to-day banking and finance to charities, social enterprises, co-operatives...
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Triodos Bank

Description

Triodos Bank only lends money to enterprises that create social, environmental or cultural value. Personal customers are offered a range of ethical savings and investments, including accounts in partnership with organisations like the Soil Association and Amnesty. Loan finance, current and deposit accounts are available to ethical businesses, as well as the assurance that you’ll be working with an organisation that shares your values, and that your money will only be working for positive change.

Triodos also has a range of personal investment products.

For institutional investors, Triodos focus exclusively on sustainable investments, through a fully owned subsidiary, Triodos Investment Management. With over 20 years' experience in sustainability research and criteria development, they offer institutional investors a range of opportunities, across a variety of sustainable sectors.

Contact

Tel: +44 0800 328 2181
Email: customer.services@triodos.co.uk
Web: www.triodos.co.uk

Location

Deanery Road,
Bristol BS1 5AS
United Kingdom

Key Words

ethical banking,social investment,investment funds, positive change

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 26 February, 2013 - 19:56

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Unity Trust Bank

Description

Unity is a specialist bank for organisations and businesses that aim to create community, social or environmental benefit. With over 30 years experience in the sector, we provide tailored day-to-day banking and finance to charities, social enterprises, co-operatives, voluntary and community organisations, trade unions, councils, housing associations and more.

As well as day-to-day banking services and savings accounts designed to meet the unique needs of these organisations we also provide flexible borrowing options and are committed to lending to help our customers create positive social impact.

Unity was established in 1984 by the trade union movement as a different type of bank – a bank identified with and embracing the philosophy of the common good and one that would not principally be influenced by the maximisation of profit. Unity would be aligned to the trade union values of job creation and retention and making our communities across the UK better places to live.

Since then we have worked to achieve the best possible social change and benefit for our customers, local communities and wider society. Creating positive social impact through our business activity remains a core focus today.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 345 140 1000
Email: us@unity.co.uk
Web: www.unity.co.uk

Location

Nine Brindleyplace,
Birmingham B1 2HB
United Kingdom

Key Words

social,charity,environmental,community,banking,bank,co-op,coop,common good

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 9 December, 2015 - 20:33
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 9 December, 2015 - 20:33

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