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25 March 2015

On Wednesday 11 March, Rathbone Greenbank Investments and key partners hosted a parliamentary debate to provide further impetus for the Modern Slavery Bill as it enters its final phases. There was standing room only in the House of Commons’ Grand Committee Room as over a hundred business...

17 March 2015

“Our employees are our greatest asset.” We often hear this phrase, and variations on it, from CEOs or see it written in companies’ annual reports. But what does it mean in practice? And how can investors and other interested observers distinguish between companies which genuinely view...

16 March 2015

The welfare of farm animals has long been a concern for ethical investors. Rathbone Greenbank has sought to implement clients’ concerns on the ethical treatment of animals ever since it started offering an ethical investment service. However, in recent years, it has been gaining momentum as an...

26 February 2015

We are delighted to announce that our 18th Investor Day will be on Thursday 18 June at the Bristol science centre on the city’s harbourside. To mark Bristol’s...

6 February 2015

Climate change and the threats it poses to society are priority issues for responsible investors in the energy sector. Since 2011, Rathbone Greenbank Investments has been part of a coalition of investors engaging with the top ten carbon emitters in the FTSE 100. In late 2014, this...

30 January 2015

On 2 December 2014, Matt Crossman (Rathbone Greenbank’s lead researcher on corporate engagement), participated in a panel discussion as part of a high-...

14 January 2015

Background Taxation is a matter of social justice – paying a ‘fair’ share; it is also one of risk, linked to reputational damage, the impact of changing regulation and uncertainty around future profits. The fundamental ethical principle underlying the concept of ‘responsible tax...

19 November 2014

Investors with a total of £940billion in assets under management are backing the Government’s recent commitment to include proportionate supply chain reporting requirements in the Modern Slavery Bill. The Government’s introduction of the Modern Slavery Bill gives Parliament an opportunity...

17 October 2014

Taxation is a matter of social justice – paying a ‘fair’ share; it is also one of risk, linked to reputational damage, the impact of changing regulation and uncertainty around future profits. The fundamental ethical principle underlying the concept of ‘responsible tax’ is that residents...

1 October 2014

By Matt Crossman, ethical researcher On Tuesday 8th September we were pleased to host the latest crowdfunding event organised by the Funding...

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