Charles Stanley Wealth Managers provides a bespoke discretionary investment management service, developing an affordable and realistic investment strategy for its many charity clients.
21-22 January 2021
Available now: The future of charities – a guide to resilience and responsible investing
This on-demand session explores the future of charities by looking at their financial resilience through challenging times and explore how they can incorporate a commitment to responsible investing into their investment strategy.
Although environmental, social and governance (ESG) is not a new concept, it has risen in demand and prominence over the past two years and even more so within the coronavirus pandemic.
This session explores the history and reality of responsible investing and other non-financial factors, such as ESG and explains what they mean to Charles Stanley in its commitment to be a responsible investor.
The session opens with Glenn Baker, Director of Business Development, followed by a presentation from John Redwood, Chief Global Strategist, on what you need to consider to ensure your Charity’s future resilience.
Lastly, Tina Cook, Head of Equity Research, discusses the characteristics of ESG and what this means for Charles Stanley.
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John Redwood, Chief Global Strategist
John has had many roles within the investing world including; Investment Director, Head of Investment Research, Non Executive Director of an Investment Trust and is now part time Chief Global Strategist of Charles Stanley.
He currently runs a demonstrator fund and provides regular commentary on China, the USA and the EU economies and markets.
Tina Cook, Head of Equity Research
Tina joined Charles Stanley in 2008 and heads the UK Equity Strategy Committee. She is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI.
In the 2011 Financial Times StarMine Awards for Europe, she was rated the number-one stock picker for the utilities sector.
Tina holds a DPhil in Psychology from Oxford University and an MSc in International Securities, Investment and Banking from the ICMA Centre.