Do you feel powerless?
If so; what can you do?
Here’s someone doing something…
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
We support civil society organisations that are fighting corruption.— Magda Wierzycka, Sygnia Asset Management
There will be more private prosecutions. And those need to be funded.— Magda Wierzycka, Sygnia Asset Management
We’re donating 100% of the management fee of our money market funds to these organisations.— Magda Wierzycka, Sygnia Asset Management
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