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We are aware that before committing to a particular Super product some individuals may wish to seek financial advice.

When choosing a financial adviser, it is critically important that they are not only professionally qualified, but also experienced in delivering financial planning advice, particularly if you are also wanting advice from an ethical perspective.

Even if a financial planner holds professional qualifications and has a good knowledge of ethical investment, their licence or authorisation may not allow them to advise on funds such as Cruelty Free Super. If your existing financial planner, or any new adviser you may be considering, is not able to advise on Cruelty Free Super, this may demonstrate that their advice is restricted to a particular panel of products or funds. This restriction may apply to other funds that might be appropriate to your needs, not just Cruelty Free Super. In these situations, it might be better to find an adviser whose advice isn't restricted in this way.


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