Quilter is a leading provider of financial advice, investments and wealth management managing £118.1 billion of investments (as at 30 Set.2018), on behalf of over 900,000 customers both in the UK and internationally. However we believe our company’s value goes beyond making a profit.
Our purpose is to help create prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow. This purpose guides everything we do, from creating wealth for our customers, to promoting a responsible, customer-focused investment industry, as well as our broader contribution to the communities in which we operate and society more widely.
That’s why we are delighted to sponsor this hugely popular event at Blenheim Palace, as well as its inaugural year at Castle Howard.
"As a business we measure customer relationships in generations rather than years. And like the stewardship of our precious countryside heritage, this involves far-sighted commitment.
We live in fast-moving times, and so Countryfile Live is a great environment to understand what these changes mean, and to introduce the young- as well as those older like myself – to new and traditional skills and ideas that are shaping the countryside and our lives today."
Paul Feeney, CEO of Quilter
As a headline sponsor of BBC Countryfile Live we have some exciting plans including the Quilter Cheviot Theatre where you’ll find an interesting daily schedule of presentations covering topical subjects such as conservation, travel and sport.
We’ll also be inviting you to enter our popular prize photography competition ‘Capturing the Moment’, to celebrate the UK’s, Ireland’s, Channel Islands’ and Isle of Man’s rural communities, their wildlife, landscapes, craftsmanship and people.
To find out more about us, please visit our website. And most important of all - have a great day out!
The Quilter Cheviot Rural Innovation Programme
Quilter Cheviot Investment Management is pleased to announce the launch of its Rural Innovation Programme; the programme will award £30,000 to a business or entrepreneur that is utilising innovation to ensure rural communities continue to prosper for generations to come.
Applicants to the Quilter Cheviot Rural Innovation Programme will be judged by a selected panel that includes TV presenter, Joe Crowley; and Vice-Chancellor of Harper Adams University, Dr David Llewellyn and Founder of Enterprise Nation, Emma Jones MBE.
The successful applicant for The Quilter Cheviot Rural Innovation Programme will be announced at BBC Countryfile Live at Castle Howard.
Click here to find out more about this programme at Castle Howard.
Click here to find out more about this programme at Blenheim Palace.