Trust in Facebook has evaporated, according to a recent survey in Wednesday’s Financial Times. (17 April 2017). A year earlier nearly 80% of users said that they trusted the way Facebook handled data and protected their privacy. 12 month’s later the figure was barely 25%. … Continue readingLessons from Facebook
I have rarely felt as ashamed of my country as now reading about people like Valerie Baker, who has lived here since arriving on her aunts passport in 1955. Suddenly last year she got a letter from the Home Office saying she had no right … Continue readingThree lessons to be learned from the UK’ s Windrush fiasco
As a football fan, as well as someone who believes in the human purposes of business, I groaned when I read about FIFA plans for a $25bn dollar investment in a new global club competition. Faced with a choice between planning a high quality … Continue readingMore dollars with which to drown football
In The Case For Reimagining the UK’s Pensions Model, an article in last Friday’s Financial Times, Martin Wolf describes how the pendulum has swung from paternalistic and unaffordable defined pension provision to defined contribution schemes which expose the individual saver to carry the risk. … Continue readingSquaring the pensions circle
An eight trillion dollar investment for stewardship and impact funds could be coming our way – has your financial adviser noticed? According to Gillian Tett in the Financial Times three-quarters of millennials in the USA put a high priority on social goals when they invest compared … Continue readingCould millennials make a multi trillion dollar investment in stewardship and impact funds?