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.
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Rathbone Greenbank’s Matt Crossman delivers a statement at the Royal Dutch Shell AGM on behalf of the Aiming for A coalition and institutional investors with some $5 trillion of assets under management.
Our keynote speaker, Steve Chalke MBE (founder of Stop The Traffik) talks about how events like Investor Day can help bring about change.
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.
Speakers at our 19th annual Investor Day addressed an audience of clients, guests and friends as part of an informative debate on modern slavery.
Rathbone Greenbank played an important role in lobbying for a clause demanding increased corporate transparency on supply chain risk to be included in the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
On 27 October 2015, the executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) addressed an audience of ethical and sustainable investors at an event hosted by Europeans for Divest Invest at the Guildhall in central London.
Rathbone Greenbank Investments is an enthusiastic supporter of the Bristol Festival of Ideas. In November 2015 we were delighted to sponsor an event at the Festival of Economics – part of the Festival of Ideas programme of events.