Rathbones investment managers had a busy night on Thursday 13th May, as the recipients of three, high profile prestigious awards.
Our sixth charity symposium, which took place last Thursday at the beautifully-restored IET London: Savoy Place, explored a subject close to the heart of most charities – legacy.
Absolute or relative return investing? What you need to know about the choice facing charity trustees.
As part of our commitment to supporting the communities in which we are based, our regional offices get involved in their local communities, supporting charities and initiatives that they feel are important to the area.
At our second Conversations event in London, James Woudhuysen talked to our guests from the charities sector about how successful forecasting depends on the way that data is collected, analysed, presented and challenged.
We also received an exclusive interview with James afterwards. Videos of which can be viewed here.
When charities forecast their future - whether to support decisions on strategy, innovation or service delivery - they need to examine three kinds of data
The support of donors is important for charities but what about that of the team behind the charity?
We were delighted to welcome current and prospective charities clients to the wonderful Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle for the latest in our series of Conversations. Leading the discussion was Will Higham, an expert in predicting future consumer trends, who we had asked to consider how charities might appeal to the charity donors of the future.