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Brief: The majority of Australian retail investors would be willing to see lower returns if the companies they invested in always behaved ethically, a recent report has found.

The report, conducted by KPMG, revealed that 72 per cent of Australians value “reputation” over “recent dividends” (69 per cent), and that the majority (57 per cent) would be willing to shift their investments if a company “always acted ethically towards customers, employees and the community”.

Read more on The Green List: Retail investors, consumers want ethics over returns

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