Triodos Bank takes part in events in many ways, whether sending you literature to display at your events, taking a stand at an exhibition, or giving presentations.
Word of mouth is the most powerful way for people to learn about the work and values of the Bank. With this in mind, we try to participate in as wide a range of events as possible, creating the opportunity for people to hear about our work first hand.
Boughton House, Northamptonshire - 22 – 25 August 2014
Join us at this festival of arts, faith and justice where our Head of Finance, Kit Beazley, will be bearing all!
For more information visit http://www.greenbelt.org.uk/contributors/kit-beazley/
2014 Annual Meeting
Brunel’s Old Station, The Passenger Shed, Bristol
Saturday 13 September 2014
Programme and registration details will be published in July
Do you need an expert to talk about ethical finance at your event?
While mainstream banking struggles to come to terms with an unprecedented financial crisis, many ethical banks have flourished. Triodos is one of them. We’re Europe’s leading sustainable bank and have several engaging speakers available to discuss this, as well as a range of issues such as sustainability and finance, solutions for a sustainable world, social investment, mission-connected investment (or how charities can use their assets more effectively), and investing equity in social businesses. They can also discuss our current activity in the UK and Ireland, our future plans and the range of ethical issues we are engaged in.
At Triodos, we offer our savers a direct connection between their money and the people and organisations providing answers to the biggest environmental and social questions we face.
Unlike most banks, we think it’s only fair that our savers know where their money goes. Since November 2009 we have offered the opportunity to visit some of the organisations we have lent money to, with visits to Age Exchange, The Organic Research Centre and Visionary Soap Company. More recently during Organic Fortnight we visited Church Farm Ardeley in Hertfordshire.