Sell-side brokers should be one of the principal beneficiaries of SRI-CONNECT’s Factor Four objective of achieving twice as much SRI activity in half the time.  In particular, they are likely to use the following services from SRI-CONNECT:

Market Buzz & Research
  • Publish and market their research directly to the global SRI market
  • Or publish notifications (or summaries) of research (while keeping the research itself within their own password-protected databases)
  • Receive news, research and reports from companies and from other research organisations – also notifications of discussions, events and blogs – all filtered to their own specific interests
  • Search the SRI-CONNECT database for research and reports
Profiles, network & discussion
  • Present their research capabilities to a global market of SRI investors
  • Ensure that suppliers (companies, specialist research providers and others) have a clear understanding of their objectives, capabilities and needs
  • Find and filter profiles to identify contacts at companies, analysts at clients and experts at other organisations
  • Keep up-to-date with the shifting priorities and interests of their clients
  • Arrange company-investor meetings and host other events for clients and potential clients
  • Participate in discussion groups with clients and companies on sustainability issues and sectors
  • Discuss industry developments with customers, peers and suppliers
  • Build and manage their own SRI network via the groups, events and messaging functions
SRI Dynamics discussion papers
  • Broken Brokers? – which evaluates what ‘sell-side’ brokers can contribute to SRI and on what terms a viable product offer could be rebuilt.
  • Integrated analysis: approaching a tipping point – which reviews how sustainability issues are being used to identify additional sources of investment risk and opportunity within SRI and ‘mainstream’ investment
Registration and membership
  • These special considerations govern the access of NGOs to SRI-Connect
  • XXXXX - MT to write sth about how NGOs can use the site to develop their profile and track progress

Build profile, distribute research, share ideas

Sell-side brokers can:

Learn & interact

Sell-side brokers can:


... and like all members of the network, they can:


These special conditions govern the access of NGOs to SRI-Connect