Ever since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe came to power in 2012, bringing with him his ambitious “three arrows of reform”, investors have faced the question of when — or whether — to increase their exposure to Japan. Has the moment finally arrived or are there still clouds on the horizon in the Land of the Rising Sun?
The parallels between sporting and business achievements are evident. Hear from three inspirational athletes as they share their experiences – and explore how playing sports can act as a springboard for commercial success.
“Everybody can be world class,” says Olympic hockey gold medallist Kate Richardson-Walsh. Watch this video of Kate and two other sporting heroes discuss how they achieved the pinnacle of success – and learn how being world class is within your own reach.
As the FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup approaches, Rathbones CEO Philip Howell examines the qualities and values needed to play sport and how these attributes are carried through to other aspects of life.
Regina, the RWLC mascot, has been travelling the world in the lead up to the Rathbones World Cup in July. Visiting wineries in France and beaches in Antigua, see where she has been and win your own.
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.