Three British sporting greats visited our new London head office recently to discuss the growth of women's sport, inspiring the next generation and the importance of hosting world competitions in the UK.
The probability of a hard Brexit is very much higher now than it was immediately after the referendum, despite a rumoured eleventh hour softening of May's tone ahead of Wednesday's invocation of Article 50.
The 2017 Rathbones National Schools Lacrosse Championship (RNSLC) once again produced another great festival of lacrosse at Surrey Sports Park. More than 3500 girls competed over four days of competition in what is the flagship schools event in the lacrosse calendar.
As the ski season draws to a close, we are delighted to report on the success of the Rathbones Roosters, who skied in Switzerland in January to support and be with disabled and severely injured servicemen.
Rathbones celebrates the launch of a new publication giving information and insights on the military charity sector
Our Rathbones charity team had the pleasure of hosting a book launch on Tuesday 14 March, to celebrate the publication of ‘United and Valued: Perspectives on Military Charities Today’.
Many cohabiting couples rely on the notion of “common law marriage” to tidy up their legal and financial affairs in the event of a relationship breakdown. In fact, at least at present, there is no such thing. What are the potential implications of this misconception? And how might cohabitees best formalise and protect their respective interests?
Keeping his promise to position all major announcements in the autumn so there is sufficient time to implement any changes, the Chancellor tinkered rather than tackled in Wednesday’s Budget. But he also hinted at wider reforms to come.
With Rathbones’ recent move into the City of London, we were delighted to continue our support of its livery companies with the annual City Food Lecture.
The UK’s family businesses are a crucial part of the nation’s economic backbone. They employ nearly 12 million people, contribute £125 billion in taxes and generate a quarter of the country’s gross domestic product. Yet for many, long-term survival boils down to a problem that has little to do with business acumen: how to ensure close relatives get on with each other.