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Episode 2. Living with your values in these uncertain times
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Private clients’ needs are changing, with research showing that they want comprehensive and personalised support to address their values-based economic and social goals. It was on this topic that attendees gathered to Rothschild & Co Wealth Management’s London office, who hosted Philanthropy Impact’s panel discussion.
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What follows is a presentation of Tony Hickson, Chief Business Officer, Cancer Research UK and DR Maximilian Martin, Global Head of Philanthropy, Bank Lombard Odier & Co Lt, during an event organised by Philanthropy Impact 4 April 2019 about Cancer Research
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What follows is a presentation of Nas Karim, Director, Asset Management Advisory, Ernst & Young LLP, during an event organised by Philanthropy Impact 19 March 2019 about Intermediaries and Social/Impact Investment.
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What follows is a blog on an event organised by Philanthropy Impact 11 December 2018 about the future of work.
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What follows is a blog on an event organised by Philanthropy Impact 11 December 2018 about the future of work.
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What follows is a blog on an event organised by Philanthropy Impact 15 November 2018. In summary: philanthropy continues to be an important factor in how families come together and do good together. At the moment, a lot of attention is drawn towards the new generation of philanthropists - millennials who will benefit from one of the most important passages of wealth in history. As this wealth passes between generations, issues may arise. Opinions and views may differ as to how their philanthropic efforts should progress.
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During this event we discussed the Venture Philanthropy model and its impact as s potential form of investment.
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Corporate foundations operate in many ways, with some working from general endowments to others relying on the profits of its corporate owner to decide its budget for the year. But could they be truly altruistic vehicles and were the schemes employed by these corporate foundations truly successful or recruitment pieces for the corporate organisations?