Elizabeth Hatton is Director & Adviser at VivaEthical Financial Advice and has worked in Financial Services for + 15 years.
She has a special interest in ethical and sustainable investments and tax planning in providing financial advice and especially helping people to understand how their ethical priorities and investment choices can make a positive difference.
As well as growing tomatoes, she’s converted to keep-cups and silicon food wrap as a lifestyle choice. She is a member of Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA) and the Ethical Advisers Co-op and has recently launched a podcast series called Get Ethical with Elizabeth Hatton. Go Back to Find an Adviser
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