The Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG) supports the Church
of England's national investing bodies on ethical investment
- the Church Commissioners, the Church of England Pensions
Board and the CBF Church
of England funds managed by CCLA.
The role of the EIAG and its Secretariat is to:
- Advise the investing bodies on ethical investment
- Engage with companies on ethical issues on behalf of the
- Oversee proxy voting at company general meetings on behalf of
the Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions
The EIAG is a member of UK Sustainable Investment and Finance
(UKSIF). The EIAG Secretariat supports the Church
Commissioners and Church of England Pensions Board in their
participation in the activities of the Church Investors Group,
the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, the
Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change and CDP
(formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project).
The EIAG's members include representatives of General Synod, the
Archbishops' Council, the Council for Mission and Public Affairs,
the investing bodies and co-opted members. There is a rich
mix of theological, Church, investment and business experience.
The EIAG is chaired by James
An article by the EIAG Secretary, Edward Mason, about the
Church of England as an ethical institutional investor can be found
on the St.
Paul's Institute website.
The EIAG published its annual review for 2012/13 in
James Featherby discusses the crisis in banking in this short video about an
investor meeting with Prof Anat Admati in May 2013.
The EIAG and national investing bodies announced a new policy on
executive remuneration in April 2013.
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The EIAG does not make investment decisions. Please do
not send investment proposals.