Past partners: 2016-17

All of our previous and current partners are publicly acknowledged in the relevant reports we publish and in the advertising materials for the events we host. Below is a list of partners from the financial year 2014-15.


Action for Children

Association of British Insurers

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

Barrow Cadbury Trust

British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association

Cheyne Capital

Child Poverty Action Group

City of London Corporation


Ernst & Young

European Climate Foundation

Fawcett Society

Federation of Small Businesses

Hanover Housing

Howard League for Penal Reform

Impetus - The Private Equity Foundation

Joseph Rowntree Foundation


Mineral Wool Insulation Manufacturers Association

National House Building Council

NCS Trust


Nuclear Industry Association

Ombudsman Services

Open Society Foundation

Open University



Provident Financial


Royal Society for the Protection of Birds


Shaw Trust

South Yorkshire Housing Association

The 157 Group

The Challenge Network


Thomas Paine Initiative

Trade Union Congress

Unbound Philanthropy

University Alliance 


Young Women's Trust

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