Charities and Foundations
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Liontrust partners with Oxford United FC 23/07/2015 Liontrust Asset Management has become the principal partner for Oxford United football club. Saudi prince promises to give $32bn fortune to charity 02/07/2015 Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal had committed to give away his entire $32 billion fortune to charitable causes in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.
World Wealth Report identifies social impact investment as key to wealth management evolution 18/06/2015 Following the release of its annual World Wealth Report 2015 yesterday (see thewealthnet 17/06/2015), RBC Wealth Management and Capgemini have identified social impact investing as a key interest of high net worth individuals (HNWI) at a global level and, accordingly, a significant growth opportunity for wealth managers. Making philanthropy rewarding - UBS 02/06/2015 The rewards achieved from engaging in philanthropy can be immense. Great wealth can accomplish amazing things, potentially solving social problems across the world whilst also being enormously rewarding for the donor. Towry raises almost £4,500 for brain injury charity 29/05/2015 Towry has raised £4,476 for charity in its annual wine tasting event. New Coutts charities head to 'look outward' - plus two departures 11/05/2015 Coutts new charities head on building on Ian Fleming's work. Protecting 'innocent parties' at Ingenious 20/04/2015 Ingeneous Asset Management is hitting the acquisition trail and using its 12-month-old Thurleigh purchase as the template. Philanthropy survey J.P. Morgan Private Bank 13/04/2015 Engagement and 'making a difference 'key to philanthropists. Vestra Wealth supports fight against illiteracy with annual dodgeball tournament 08/04/2015 On 8 May, Vestra Wealth is holding its annual dodgeball tournament in partnership with Beanstalk, a national charity that recruits, vets, trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who have fallen behind with their reading.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook plans to give fortune away 30/03/2015 Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple Inc, plans to give all of his $800 million of net worth to philanthropic causes after paying for his 10-year-old nephew’s college education.
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