Delighted to be able to contribute to a panel at the PIMFA annual summit in London on the ‘future investors’ with Gavin Oldham of The Share Centre and Tony Stenning, Member, Implementation Taskforce for Growing a Culture of Social Impact Investing & Deputy Chair. One aspect that Gavin spoke about, which seems particularly relevant but largely forgotten, is that Gen Z are about to come of age when they will have access to their now defunct Child Trust Fund – an initiative set up Gordon Brown but later abandoned by the Coalition. These funds are now worth tidy pots of cash, potentially enough to pay university costs. Gen Z might just have to thank Gordon for being in a better position than their Millennial counterparts. More on this here