Insight

3 November, Make Your Money Count

We're delighted to be co-hosting an event with Triodos Bank, Shared Interest, Ethical Futures and the Church of Scotland, during Good Money Week 2016 . Good Money Week is an annual campaign to raise…
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Sugar - an increasing risk to health and wellness

On 18 August 2016, the UK government published its long-awaited childhood obesity strategy. Succeeding the voluntary and largely unsuccessful Public Health Responsibility Deal of 2011, this new strategy calls for all food producers to aim for a 20% cut in sugar levels in products popular with children by 2020, as well as providing more detail on the proposed levy on sugar in soft drinks.

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Joining the call for G20 leadership on climate change

Rathbone Greenbank has joined 130 investors, pension funds and asset managers from around the world in writing to the leaders of the G20 nations to call for government leadership on the issue of climate change. This call comes ahead of September’s G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, where leaders from 20 major global economies will meet.

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Engaging with the UK's largest carbon emitters

As part of our longstanding collaborative engagement programme with the ten largest UK-listed companies in the extractives and utilities sectors, Rathbone Greenbank again attended the annual general meeting of SSE plc, one of the country’s largest energy providers.

On behalf of the Aiming for A coalition, Rathbone Greenbank’s Matt Crossman questioned the SSE board on its commitment to tackling climate change.

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Greenbank Review

Rathbone Greenbank Review features articles relating to our research output, corporate engagement activities and full summaries of our annual Investor Day events.

Here you will find the latest and previous editions of our biannual Review publication. 

Should you wish to receive a hard copy, please email catherine.naughton@rathbones.com

Greenbank Review: Investor Day 2016                   Greenbank Review Spring 2016

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Investment update - Britain votes to leave the EU

The UK has voted to leave the European Union, which will trigger two years or more of negotiations once Westminster formally notifies Brussels of its intention to secede. However, the referendum result is advisory rather than mandatory and there are significant constitutional issues that must be resolved before such notice can be given. As a result, UK and EU politics will have a significant impact on financial markets in the short to medium term.

More questions than answers

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Investor Day 2016 - highlights video

This year’s Investor Day was a fantastic event held at the Institution of Engineering and Technology, London. We’ve put together a short video of the day that captures all the key messages.

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