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Climate Change - Implications for Different Fuels

Ethical Investment - Different Fuels

The CFB has recently published new position papers and policy statements on Climate Change - Implications for Different Fuels. These are available to read on the CFB website as follows:

New Gambling and Electricity Generation policy and position papers published

Ethical Investment - Gambling

The CFB has recently published new position papers and policy statements on Gambling and on Power Generation. These are available to read on the CFB website as follows:

CFB Earns Living Wage Employer Accreditation

The CFB has been accredited as a London Living Wage Employer, ensuring that all employees, including subcontracted cleaners, are paid at least the Living Wage. For more information, visit the Living Wage website, or read the Methodist Church's 2012 Report.

New alcohol investment policy

Over the past decade there have been significant changes in the way alcohol is bought and consumed. Consequently, JACEI has been working on a revision to its advice and in September a new Position Paper and Policy on investment in alcohol related companies was approved, replacing the Policy dating from 2002. Avoidance will remain the normal position in relation to companies mainly involved in the sale or production of alcohol. However, the new Policy recognises the need for proactive engagement with those companies that have a significant, but not major, exposure to alcohol. In these cases we will focus on responsible drinking and ensuring advertising and marketing does not encourage excessive drinking, with particular emphasis on the young.

Read the new CFB Alcohol Policy Statement here

Read the new CFB Alcohol Position Paper here

Banking ethics report

Is there something wrong with British banking? Our new ethics report, Ethical Issues Relating to Banking, describes the recent scandals that have rocked the industry including the mis-selling of payment protection insurance and interest rate swaps, and sets out a number of recommendations for improvement.

Read Ethical Issues Relating to Banking here

CFB Annual Board Meeting

CFB Board members met at our London office on 26 April for the CFB Annual Board Meeting. We were also joined by Robert Gordon from the St Paul's Institute who addressed us on "The Church and Capitalism". His speech is available to here.

The CFB Board represents the interests of the Methodist Church and CFB clients. We are always looking for suitably qualified individuals to join the Board. If you think that you could be interested in becoming a member please contact us for further information.