On 14 November, Rathbone Greenbank hosted an event organised by The Tablet, the long-established Catholic weekly journal. The evening’s guest speaker was Chris Patten (the Rt Hon. the Lord Patten of Barnes), former Conservative politician and last Governor of Hong Kong, who spoke passionately about his views on identity politics and the dangers of nationalism.
Rathbone Greenbank was delighted to support the 2018 Durrell Lecture, held on 15 November at the Royal Institution in London.
In the aftermath of the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change, the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate published a 2016 report indicating that the transition to sustainable energy would require around $90 trillion of global infrastructural investment over 15 years.
The Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) has launched a new guide that highlights the business benefits of sustainability and explains why it is key to the success of higher education institutions.
Rathbone Greenbank Investments has endorsed The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, launched this week at the Our Ocean Conference in Bali.
In the first episode of Rathbones’ Look forward series, broadcaster and former BBC special correspondent Allan Little discussed how social media and the spread of the concept of ‘fake news’ have combined to allow increasingly partisan views to be disseminated as ‘alternative realities’.
Prior to the discovery and refinement of antibiotics, there was a strong likelihood that the simplest of bacterial infections could prove fatal.
To mark Good Money Week, Rosie Sparrowhawk, assistant investment manager, shares her motivations behind her chosen career in ethical finance and her experiences to date.
To mark Good Money Week, Elizabeth Haigh, one of the founders of Rathbone Greenbank, shares her motivations behind her chosen career in ethical finance and her experiences to date.