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Letters from Lockdown: A glass half full

By now we have looked at an overview of ESG, followed by innovations in technology, food, business, and transport. This week I’m imagining myself by the seaside with an ice cream cone in hand, gazing out over the vast ocean. I recently heard that water was originally not going to have its own UN Sustainable Development Goal because it was…
Jen Paice
May 29, 2020
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Letters from Lockdown: Going the Disruptive Distance

It may soon be time to step out of our front doors and venture back into the big, wide world again. Our lives will take us all to different places and we will all get there in different ways. Many people will be wondering how they are going to travel to work once the lockdown lifts and others will only…
Jen Paice
May 22, 2020
Cornerstone

Letters from Lockdown: The Corporation and the Community Spirit

This week I’ve been reflecting on what it’s been like to work from home, as well as thinking about my friends and family who have been furloughed or are at risk of redundancy. Thanks to Boris Johnson’s announcement last Sunday it appears the elephant in every board room is how to manage getting employees back to the workplace, whilst also keeping…
Jen Paice
May 15, 2020
Cornerstone

Letters from Lockdown: A Recipe for Change

This week’s letter from lockdown provides some food for thought about how our Responsible Futures portfolios link to UN Sustainable Development Goals number 2 and number 12.  These are 2 - Zero Hunger and 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production, so you’ll probably be able to figure out that our topic of the day is what we eat and its…
Jen Paice
May 8, 2020
Cornerstone

Letters from Lockdown: First surviving, then time for thriving

With a lot of people consuming more content online with many of us on lockdown at home, we have decided to launch a series of communications called “Letters from Lockdown”. Each week, one of our employees will write about their thoughts on how Covid-19 is affecting the world as we know it, as well as taking the opportunity to talk more about our new Responsible…
Jen Paice
April 22, 2020
Cornerstone

Meet our Apprentice: Harry Barclay

Reading time: 2 minutes > Last week, 2nd-6th March was Modern Apprenticeship Week so we decided to shine the spotlight on Cornerstone's first ever apprentice, Harry Barclay who is signed up to the Modern Apprenticeship Scheme in Scotland. We asked Harry a few questions about his role at Cornerstone and we hope you enjoy this brief insight into day-to-day life…
Jen Paice
March 9, 2020
Cornerstone

A New Dimension of Festive Giving – Shop Social

Reading time: 2 minutes > Following the successful launch of our Responsible Futures Investment Portfolio, this Christmas at Cornerstone we are thinking about how our seasonal spending can also make a difference alongside our long term investments and savings. We are very grateful to Lindsay Wake, Head of Impact at Social Investment Scotland for guest writing this blog post. With…
Jen Paice
December 16, 2019
Cornerstone

Responsible Futures Launch

Reading time: 1 minute > On Thursday 14th November we launched our Responsible Futures investment portfolio during an evening reception held at the Sheraton Hotel in Edinburgh. We welcomed some brilliant guest speakers including Arctic explorer Craig Mathieson and Scottish wildlife enthusiast, Holly Gillibrand. We were also joined by Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management who share our enthusiasm and have developed…
Jen Paice
November 14, 2019

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