Ethical Investment Services is one of Australia’s longest-standing financial planning firms, specialising in offering advice to clients who prefer to invest ethically.
By providing ethical investment solutions, we feel we are taking action to change the world’s financial priorities while encouraging others to be part of the solution.
Backed by sound industry experience, our privately-owned practice provides an ethical alternative to help meet your financial goals. Operating since 1988, EIS continues to be instrumental in the promotion and growth of ethical investing in the Australian financial services landscape, achieving this by working within industry to develop robust ethical investment solutions for clients.
EIS services clients Australia-wide and holds an Australian Financial Services Licence from ASIC. The company is also a founding member of the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia and the Ethical Investment Advisers Co-Operative.
Ethical Investments deliver competitive performance results in line with the best mainstream investment returns. Given our 30 years in business, we have now seen enough evidence to support the premise that Ethical Investing performs on a par with, if not better than, the mainstream investment market.
Causes We Support
EIS holds social responsibility at its core, with monthly donations made to charities chosen by staff.
Past donations have included:
- 100 Story Building
- Aboriginal Literacy Foundation
- Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
- Beyond Blue
- Cancer Council
- Fred Hollows Foundation
- Habitat for Humanity
- Sacred Heart Mission
- Soldier On
- UNHCR – UN Refugee Agency
We also sponsor and support individuals and groups involved in a range of worthy causes, such as:
Ethical and Responsible Investing in the 21st Century (The Sustainability Report - January 2019)
Australian super funds controlling $1.3 trillion stub out tobacco ties (ABC News - October 2018)
Ethical investing is bigger than ever – here's what you need to know (CommSec Adviser Services - November 2017)
How to save the planet and enjoy better investment returns (Sydney Morning Herald - July 2016)