Didn’t know there was a world cup this summer in the UK? Three champion athletes introduce the FIL Rathbones Lacrosse Women’s World Cup and speak from experience about how any prestigious tournament inspires players, viewers and the next generation of sports stars.
Hisham Matar has been announced as the winner of the inaugural Rathbones Folio Prize. Matar received the award for THE RETURN; Fathers, Sons and the Land in Between,a profound and powerful memoir of his search, both physical and psychological, for his missing father.
The history of currency unions can tell us much about the outlook for the euro.
A century on since the Russian Revolution, we take a look over Russia’s recent history and ask the question why this emerging economy has seemingly spurned opportunities to embrace freedom time and time again.
Ed Smith, Rathbones asset allocation strategist, spoke at ‘Brexit and 100 days of Trump’, an event in our Liverpool office on 3 May. Here is a summary of Eds presentation.
Rathbones’ charity team is delighted to have sponsored the production of Financial governance: a gentle guide for the non-financial charity trustee, authored by Dorothy Dalton and jointly published with the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO).
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, we explain the regulations and practices that govern how we deal with clients who are affected by dementia and other conditions that affect mental capacity.
The world is experiencing a period of rising inflation. A rebound in oil prices has helped after dragging down UK consumer price inflation into negative territory briefly in the second half of 2015. Improving wage rates in China, which in the past had been an exporter of global disinflation, have also contributed.
It is claimed that technology is changing the world at an unprecedented pace. Whether the rate of change now is greater than in the 1840s with the railways and wider Industrial Revolution is debatable, but it is certainly true that a wide range of technological developments — some incremental and some radical — are fast changing how we live.