Invest in Futures
Invest in Futures is an initiative that unites
the financial services industry with the aim of helping
disadvantaged young people become economically active.
Launched in 2005 by Michael Marks CVO, CBE, the initiative has
raised more than £16.5 million for The Prince’s Trust, supporting
tens of thousands of young people into jobs, education or
centrepiece of Invest in Futures is the annual gala dinner,
supported by leading members of hedge fund communities, senior
investment banking executives from Europe and the US and high net
worth supporters of The Prince’s Trust.
Each year the event has become more glamorous and high-profile.
Previous performers include Eric Clapton, Jools Holland, Sting,
Joss Stone and Bryan Adams in venues such as Buckingham Palace, the
Natural History Museum and the Roundhouse.
Invest in Futures 2014
The 2014 Invest in Futures event, supported by Bank of America
Merrill Lynch, brought together London’s high-flyers at the Savoy
Hotel and raised £1.5 million in just one night.
by actress Joanna Lumley OBE and comedian Rob Brydon MBE, the
fundraising event featured a performance by Brian Ferry and an
exclusive charity auction.
Find out more about Invest in Futures
This year The Trust aims to support at least 58,000 vulnerable
young people across the UK, and needs to raise over £1 million a
week to meet that goal.
For information about the next event, please
contact Hayley Pannick on 0207 543
1360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Invest in Futures Committee
Invest in Futures is led by a voluntary committee of
senior individuals in finance who help us to raise
awareness of The Prince's Trust in their sector.
Ian Mukherjee, Amiya Capital
- Rafi Berber, RP Capital Group
- Neil Cosgrove, DE Shaw
- Lady Dunstone, Chime Communications
- Daniel Galvin Jr, Celebrity Hairdresser
- Simon Greenwell, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
- Gavin Prentice
- David Rubenstein, Blue Mountain
- Charles Stewart, Itau BBA International
- Dominic Ward, UBS
- Mike Ward
In addition, Invest in Futures has introduced a number of key
individuals from the global financial sector to The Prince’s Trust.
These individuals now lead philanthropic giving in these
financial communities as committed Patrons of The Prince’s
Trust. They truly are catalysts for change.
Find out more about Patrons of The