Moral Money is the FT's newsletter about the fast-expanding world of socially responsible business and sustainable finance.

A trusted guide

to ESG and impact investing

Published three times a week, Moral Money goes further than just informing on the latest ESG news; it offers a dependable voice to help subscribers decipher the fads from key developments, and why businesses should care.

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Today any investor, executive, policy maker or financier knows they cannot ignore the fast-growing sustainability movement; understanding this is a key pillar of risk management. Moral Money provides a quick, easy-to-read and sometimes wry update on the issues that matter each week that is aimed to be comprehensible to a layperson — but credible for the expert.

Gillian Tett Co-founder of Moral Money

Gillian Tett explains

ESG's importance

Gillian Tett is chair of the editorial board and editor-at-large, US of the Financial Times. She writes weekly columns, covering a range of economic, financial, political and social issues.

In 2014, she was named Columnist of the Year in the British Press Awards and was the first recipient of the Royal Anthropological Institute Marsh Award. In June 2009 her book Fool’s Gold won Financial Book of the Year at the inaugural Spear’s Book Awards.

ESG is as much about risk management as it is actually about social activism or trying to change the world.

Gillian Tett Co-founder of Moral Money

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