“Risk” is a multi-faceted concept that has come under increased regulatory scrutiny in recent years. That is not to say that risk is bad; however, it must be managed in a manner that fits an investor’s capacity for loss.
Like the band of the Coldstream Guards at the FA Cup final, it felt appropriate that the Household Cavalry rode ahead of us as we walked through Hyde Park to take on the English Lacrosse first VIII. The occasion was after all similarly auspicious and high profile.
Taking place on 16 February, this year’s City Food Lecture will be given by Christophe Jouan, chief executive of The Future Foundation, who will speak on the subject of ‘What, When and How will we be eating in 2025?’. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion, chaired by Margaret Mountford and featuring Judith Batchelar OBE, Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University, Belfast and food and health adviser and writer Lyndon Gee.
Rathbones sponsorship of lacrosse is enabling more people to play the sport and encouraging young people to get out and be active.
It is 25 years since Mrs Thatcher1 was driven out of Downing Street at the end of one of the most significant and controversial premierships in British political history. Does the passing of time make an assessment of her legacy any easier? And could history be repeating itself?
Fear about US monetary policy and China’s economic slowdown is affecting global financial markets.
In September last year, our group corporate governance manager, Matt Crossman, visited Royal Dutch Shell’s oil sands operations and carbon capture and storage plant in Alberta, Canada. The purpose of the trip was to evaluate the company’s governance and sustainability credentials by considering how it approaches projects with challenging environmental impacts.
The amount of UK soil now dedicated to wine production has doubled in the past seven years. Last year England and Wales’s 470 vineyards produced over 6.3 million bottles and in the past 16 years we have produced more top-prize-winning sparkling wines than any other nation.