Rathbones investment managers had a busy night on Thursday 13th May, as the recipients of three, high profile prestigious awards.
Rathbones was delighted to co-sponsor a gala dinner on 19 May at the Tower of London in aid of the military charity, Help for Heroes. Successfully raising over £300,000, the focus of the event was to raise much-needed funds to support wounded, injured and sick service personnel, veterans and their families.
Clive Hexton, investment director
We were delighted to work with SkillForce on a recent programme to improve the employment prospects and life chances of young students in Tower Hamlets.
With 50 days until the Referendum, James Hedley, investment director, hosted a capacity event entitled, ‘Brexit – Exploring Myths and Facts’, in Liverpool.
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.
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.
Recent years have been extremely tough for those who rely on investment income for day-to-day living or to support their charitable activities. As well as the impact of ultra-low interest rates on savings, quantitative easing (QE) has pushed down yields across all asset classes, leaving income investors with an unappealing choice between accepting lower returns and taking more risk.