Kate Rogers

Kate Rogers

Client director, Schroders Charities

Kate Rogers is chair of the Charity Investors' Group and client director at investment house Schroders. She is also fund manager of the Charity Multi-Asset Fund, a common investment fund targeting RPI plus 4 per cent over the long term.

Rogers joined Schroders Charities in 2005 after four years with Kleinwort Benson Private Bank's charity team. She sits on the Cripplegate Foundation Finance Committee and is a trustee of the Seahorse Trust (Pewterers' Charitable Trust). She graduated from the University of Durham with a BSc (Hons) in natural sciences.

Is this profile up-to-date? If not, please let us know at whoswho@civilsociety.co.uk

Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1)

Is Gross National Happiness the new GDP?

Last year, long before the financial crisis prompted questions about policymakers' obsession with economic growth, President Sarkozy did something remarkable. I am not talking about his engagement to Carla Bruni but his intention to question our most fundamental economic measure, Gross Domestic Product.

Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1)

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Ian Allsop (62) John Tate (55) David Davison (49) Robert Ashton (41) Tania Mason (24) Andrew Hind CB (18) Gordon Hunter (17) Daniel Phelan (14) Vibeka Mair (12) David Ainsworth (12)
David Philpott (10) Celina Ribeiro (8) Niki May Young (8) Rui Domingues (8) Andrew Chaggar (5) James Brooke Turner (4) Sir Stuart Etherington (4) Kate Sayer (3) Jeremy Swain (3) Garreth Spillane (3) Alistair Gibbons (3) Ian Clark (3) Claris D'cruz (2) Stephen Lloyd (2) Richard Maitland (2) Adrian Beney (2) Iain Pritchard (2) Pauline Broomhead (2) Daniel Fletcher (2) Martin Brookes (2) Tesse Akpeki (2) Nick Brooks (2) Stephen Hammersley (2) June O'Sullivan (2) Dan Corry (2) Peter Holbrook (2) Belinda Pratten (2) Simon Steeden (2) Jonathan Bruck (2) Dan Gregory (2) Mark Astarita (1) Don Bawtree (1) Sir Stephen Bubb (1) Victoria Cook (1) Lindsay Gray (1) Rachel Holmes (1) Nick Ivey (1) Iona Joy (1) John Kelly (1) Michael King (1) Heather Lamont (1) Lucy McLynn (1) Chris Oulton (1) Julian Rathbone (1) Socrates Socratous (1) Richard Weaver (1) Karl Wilding (1) Richard Williams (1) Roger Chester (1) Matthew Bowcock (1) Joe Saxton (1) Reuben Turner (1) Martin Farrell (1) Paul Gibson (1) Jonathon Grapsas (1) Andrew Scadding (1) Simon Hebditch (1) Su Sayer (1) Debra Allcock Tyler (1) Martin Birch (1) Mark Hallam (1) Jonathan Lewis (1) Sara Llewellin (1) John Low (1) Dame Mary Marsh (1) Ruth Murphy (1) Colin Nee (1) Julia Unwin (1) Kate Rogers (1) Malcolm Hayday (1) Filippo Addarii (1) Kimberley Scharf (1) Jakes Ferguson (1) Jessica Sklair (1) Joe Turner (1) John May (1) Julian Blake (1) Rosie Chapman (1) Andy Williamson (1) Malcolm Hurlston (1) Andrew Samuel (1) Chester Mojay-Sinclare (1) Paul Amadi (1) Kirsty Weakley (1) Luke Fletcher (1) Peter Mitchell (1) Billy Dove (1) Andrew Ketteringham (1) Jackie Turpin (1) Lynne Robb (1) Jonathan Crown (1) Paul Emery (1) Ruchir Shah (1) Pesh Framjee (1) Sukhvinder Kaur-Stubbs (1) Moira Protani (1) Vicki Prout (1) Michael O'Toole (1) Dawn Austwick (1) Lisa Clavering (1) Paul Farmer (1) Neelam Makhijani (1) Logan Anderson (1) Andy Rich (1) Sharon Martin (1) Asheem Singh (1) Leigh Daynes (1) Abdurahman Sharif (1) Lynne McMahon (1) Richard Caulfield (1) Carolyn Sims (1) Making Good: The Future of the Voluntary Sector (1)
Less +++ More +++

Learning from history

3 Oct 2014

With the emergence of the cloud, the number of accounting software options is growing fast – just as...

Blending youth and experience

10 Sep 2014

Finance leaders need help from the younger generation to understand modern technology, says John Tate....

Why I didn’t accept an ice bucket challenge

1 Sep 2014

With one survey out last week indicating that more than half of the people taking part in the #icebucketchallenge...

The Charity Commission's board now needs to become more strategic

31 Oct 2014

Dorothy Dalton suggests that it is time for the Charity Commission's board to be less hands-on and to...

Councils need to stop trying to control everything and respect the community sector’s independence

23 Oct 2014

Richard Bridge examines the relationships between local authorities and community groups. This article...

Civil society organisations across Europe are seeing their independence come under threat

20 Oct 2014

Voluntary organisations across Europe are coming under pressure from governments not to campaign on issues,...