Newton Investment Management Ltd

Newton Investment Management Ltd

The Bank of New York Mellon Centre
160 Queen Victoria Street
Stephanie Gore
Business development manager, charities
+44 20 7163 6377

Newton Investment Management Limited has been providing investment solutions to charities since 1978, with the aim of enhancing the real wealth of its clients.

We provide specialist charity funds, and segregated portfolio services for larger charities, reflecting our long-standing expertise and dedication to the charities sector.

We offer a broad variety of pooled funds, some of which have been designed specifically to meet a range of charity investor objectives. We also offer discretionary services for charities who wish to invest larger amounts and have their own segregated portfolios.

Performance and service are our priorities. We understand that charities have a range of objectives, requirements and time horizons, and our clients support a broad spectrum of charitable causes. Whether your charity provides scholarships, funds scientific research or saves lives, we aim to provide your organisation with a first-rate investment solution.

Understanding charities and the challenges they face is crucial to how we work. We aim to develop relevant strategies and services for our clients, and to support these via initiatives via thought leadership. We also participate actively in seminars and events. Many members of our charities team also act as charity trustees, providing them with first-hand insights into the sector.

To find out how we can help you make a bigger difference, please contact us by email on

This is a financial promotion. The opinions expressed in this document are those of Newton and should not be construed as investment advice. In the UK, this document is issued by Newton Investment Management Limited, The Bank of New York Mellon Centre, 160 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4V 4LA. Registered in England No. 01371973. Newton Investment Management is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.