Organisations, individuals and families interested in philanthropy have long sought to create a positive environmental and social impact through their giving.
Many of those same organisations, individuals and families are also interested in sustainable investment and in doing so seek to raise, select and make investments which create a positive impact for the environment and society as well as make a profitable return, without sacrificing social, moral or religious principles.
Whilst there is not yet a standard industry approach, total assets invested and managed under ESG principles have accelerated rapidly, and philanthropy continues to be on the rise. These trends are projected to continue, as investors, be they charities, asset managers, foundations, pension funds, private trusts or civil society, increasingly apply ethical and values-based considerations to their investments and more enterprises across all sectors strive to develop sustainable business models.
Since 1945, baby boomers have emerged to become the largest and wealthiest generation ever seen in the UK. Many of the group previously identified as the working middle class now…Read More
In this podcast, James Maloney shares his thoughts with Bryony Cove on the future trends emerging for philanthropy for UK based and international families.Read More