Richard Maitland

Richard Maitland

Partner and head of charities, Sarasin & Partners from 1992

Richard Maitland is a partner and head of charities at Sarasin & Partners, specialising in the management of long-term multi asset portfolios for charities.

He has been a visiting lecturer at South Bank University Business School, Judge Business School, Cambridge and the University of Stellenbosch.

He authored the Sarasin & Partners Compendium of Investment, and is director of the Alpha Common Investment Funds and a member of the St Paul’s Cathedral Investment Committee.

 

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Why haven't mainstream fund managers got on board with social investment?

Mainstream charity fund managers have been slow to get involved in social investment. Richard Maitland asks why.

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