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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

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

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
Budgeting & Financial habitsSavings & Investments

Get rich-quick schemes: financial fraud nets millions for organised crime scammers

Reading time: 2 minutes > Fraudulent get-rich-quick schemes are netting millions for organised crime. But investment scams can be difficult to spot because they’re designed to look like genuine investments, with most scammers having a professional-looking website and documents. In the first six months of last year, across all categories of financial fraud, a total of £207.5 million was stolen…
Jen Paice
April 17, 2020

Have you planned for the unexpected? One in eight homebuyers don’t discuss their protection needs

Reading time: 2 minutes > Buying a property is usually the biggest financial obligation many of us will take on in our lifetime, and it’s an obvious moment to pause and consider our protection needs. The most common types of mortgage protection usually consists of mortgage life insurance with critical illness cover and mortgage payment protection insurance (MPPI). Nobody wants…
Jen Paice
March 27, 2020

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