We apply our skills and experience to address fundamental sustainability issues in our own industry, as well as our wider society. 

What we're doing 

We are making conscious efforts to reduce our footprint on the environment. Equally important to us is using our position in the industry to tackle some of our industry's social and governance challenges. 

Our business is female-founded with a majority of female employees. As such, we recognise the importance of working alongside industry partners to address diversity and equality within investment management.

Our responsibility

We believe in making a difference using our knowledge and experience as a force for good. Through our partnership with Ethical Angel - a skills-based volunteering platform - our team can use their skills to contribute to charitable projects around the world. 

Closer to home, we invest in our team's wellbeing through wellness resources and open conversations about mental health. We seek and implement employee feedback regularly, as we value different views and perspectives to grow our business sustainably. 

White Marble sustainability in numbers

3920 plus

trees in our forest

220.09 T

of carbon reduction

8 months

climate positive workforce

Insights from the team

The Cookie Conundrum

Cookies are bad right? Wrong. Some cookies could be considered as bad by visitors, but unfortunately this perception…

3 minutes

Staying authentic to your corporate narrative

Building on the research of Harvard Business Review, here are the reasons why staying authentic to your corporate narrative can help your business perform better.

2 minutes

AIM High: Assessment of Value year two: The good, the bad and the ugly

Twink is joined by three industry experts, John Bennett, Head of Adviser Proposition at Sparrows Capital Limited, David Ogden, Head of Compliance at Sparrows Capital and Esther Armstrong, Marketing Consultant at White Marble Marketing, to discuss ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ of the new Assessment of Value reports.

2 minutes

Are you (really) speaking to your clients’ needs?

Lauren Thys, Investment Communications Manager, explains how insight into clients’ needs can help asset and wealth managers with more effective marketing.

3 minutes