Ethical investment funds are increasingly popular, with younger generations placing greater emphasis on a socially responsible approach to investing.

Big investors like pension funds are also seeking to back an ethical stance.

However, can you really achieve healthy returns by investing with an ethical slant?

Well, you can find out more at the breakfast meeting of Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber on Thursday, February 27.

The venue is at Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus, 219 Napier Road, Edinburgh (8.30am to 10.30am).

And topics for discussion include what is ethical investing and do ethical investments offer good returns and how an ethical investment fund can be diversified sufficiently to reduce risk to investors.

Guest speakers are Dr Gail Boag, Dean of the Business School, Edinburgh Napier University, Craig Leslie, Client Senior Manager at Brown Shipley and Dr Wendy Wu, Incubator Manager at Napier’s Bright Red Triangle, a hub for innovation and enterprise practice.