Rathbones' EITC Donation

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Everton in the Community were the recipients of an unexpected windfall recently when generous staff from Rathbone Brothers PLC Liverpool-based office fundraised to raise money for the Club’s official charity.

Managing more than £29.2 billion* for their clients, Rathbone Brothers Plc, through its subsidiaries, is one of the UK’s leading providers of investment management services for private clients, charities and professional advisers.

Rathbones are committed to supporting the communities in which they’re based. From working with Florence Nightingale to introduce district nursing in Liverpool, to helping to fund the University of Liverpool, the Rathbone family has a long history of involvement with the local community.

Continuing that proud tradition today, Rathbones’ regional offices get involved in their local communities and support charities and initiatives that they feel are important to the area.

The Liverpool office supported Everton in the Community after learning the charity uses the power of sport to motivate, educate and inspire people in local communities to improve their life chances. Working in conjunction with Adele Carr Financial Recruitment, staff contributed by donating Easter Eggs and raffle prizes as well as taking part in numerous activities within the office.

Rathbone Brothers PLC is one of the UK’s leading providers of investment management services for private clients, charities and professional advisers. For more information visit www.rathbones.com

*as at 31 December 2015. Includes funds managed by Rathbone Unit Trust Management.


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