Tag Archive for 'Schroders Private Banking'

2012 Guernsey Community Awards nominations open on 29 August

August 3rd, 2012 by Guernsey Community Foundation

It’s time to start thinking about the charities, voluntary groups and individual people who deserve reward and recognition at this year’s Community Awards. Wednesday 29 August 2012 is the opening date for nominations for the Guernsey Community Foundation’s annual celebration of community spirit The awards event, which is dedicated to applauding the hard work and […]

Nominations for The Guernsey Community Awards accepted until 5 October 2011

September 5th, 2011 by Guernsey Community Foundation

The Community Awards established by The Guernsey Community Foundation is the first ever such Awards programme in the Bailiwick of Guernsey that will formally applaud and recognise local charities, individuals and corporations in Guernsey who raise money for charities and embark on community projects for the benefit of others both across the Bailiwick and further […]

Schroders Private Banking staff adopt Fermain Bay and Petit Bot for beach cleaning

February 7th, 2011 by Genevieve Langford

Schroders Private Banking have adopted three Channel Islands beaches to clean regularly. In Guernsey, Schroders Private Banking staff pick-up litter from Fermain Bay and Petit Bot, and in Jersey they clean Beauport. Schroders Private Banking policy allows each staff member to use two work days per year for charity and community projects so employees may […]

Schroders Private Banking joins forces with Jersey Focus, Grainville School, and the Jersey Environment Department to restore biodiversity at Les Creux, Jersey

September 20th, 2010 by Genevieve Langford

On Saturday 18 September 2010 Schroders Private Banking joined forces with Jersey Focus on Mental Health, Grainville School and the States of Jersey Environment Department to take part in an environmental project on Beauport Beach and the surrounding area. Hugh Lonsdale , Client Director of Schroders, along with Margaret Holland Prior and Tim Liddard, Senior […]

A Talk on “Ocean Acidification – the other C02 problem”

October 15th, 2009 by Events

Ocean acidification is the term used to describe the increasing pH in the world’s oceans due to increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Dr. Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez is one of the leading researchers in this field. Dr. Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez of the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton is visiting Guernsey on 15 October 2009 to […]