Cerno Capital Events
On Wednesday 31st July, we hosted our annual evening of Rounders and BBQ, with six teams joining us to battle it out in Regent’s Park. This year, we were thrilled to be partnering with Greenhouse Sports, a London based charity that uses sports coaching and mentoring to empower young people [...]
Outside In and Cerno Capital are pleased to present Outside In: Discover, an exhibition celebrating artwork by three Outside In artists. Outside In was founded in 2006 at Pallant House Gallery and became an independent charity in 2016 following a highly successful decade. The award-winning charity works to provide a [...]
On Wednesday 25th July, we hosted an evening of Rounders and BBQ, letting six teams battle it out in Regent’s Park for a range of prizes. We were lucky to have a beautiful evening for the event, and players and spectators soon got into the swing of the games. [...]
On Wednesday 24th May, we held our annual Investor Update at our offices on Sackville Street. Clients and friends of the firm joined us for an afternoon of presentations given by the Investment Team, before drinks and an exhibition of photographic works by Naomi Baker and Linnea Rheborg, the two [...]
On Wednesday 14th March, we hosted a small private dinner at Justerini & Brooks, St James’s. Founded in 1749, Justerini & Brooks holds one of the longest running Royal warrants and has been a supplier to every British monarch since the coronation of King George III in 1761. We were [...]
On Wednesday 6th September, Cerno Capital hosted a dinner with George Bullard, the world-record breaking explorer and endurance athlete. At the age of 19, George completed the world’s longest fully unsupported polar journey – a feat described by Sir Ranulph Fiennes as “genuinely ground-breaking”. George has since covered more than [...]
On Tuesday 4th July, we partnered with Nyetimber, the award-winning English sparkling wine maker, to host a Summer Party celebrating 10 years of Cerno Capital.
On Tuesday 9th May, Cerno Capital hosted a private dinner with Isabel Spearman OBE, image and brand consultant and former special adviser to Samantha Cameron.
Breaking Waves – Dinner with Hannah White On Wednesday 18th January 2016, Cerno Capital hosted a dinner with Hannah White, one of the female adventurers the firm has been supporting. Following the dinner, Laura Winter, sports journalist and presenter, met up with Hannah to catch up on Project [...]
Journalism on the Frontline, with Christopher Lockwood, The Economist On 18th October 2016, Cerno Capital hosted dinner with Christopher Lockwood, Middle East & Africa Editor of The Economist and previous Deputy Head of Prime Minister's Policy Unit at No.10. Christopher Lockwood was previously the US Editor of The [...]
Crossing the Taklamakan – Lunch with Rosie Stancer The Talamakan desert in China is one of the largest and least explored in the world; a daunting prospect the majority of us would shy far away from. Temperatures will plummet to -20C at night, before soaring to over 38C [...]
Cerno Summer Drinks – with Hannah White On Tuesday 21st June 2016, Cerno Capital hosted an evening at the Royal Thames Yacht Club with a special talk by sailor and adventurer Hannah White. A combination of nautical-themed cocktails, delicious oysters from the Oystermen and an engaging speech by [...]
A discussion over dinner on European issues, touching on the European Referendum, Syria, Russia’s role in Foreign affairs and the immigration crisis.
Cerno Capital and PwC Legal host a lunch with fashion designer Amanda Wakeley to view and discuss her Spring/Summer 16 collection
Cerno Capital sponsors Hannah White in her quest to become the Fastest Woman on Water over one nautical mile in 2016
Fran Millar explains how the world’s best cycling team plots its successes.
Joe is a fascinating observer and commentator on China having worked for the government, private sector, international investment banks and as a business director and entrepreneur.
An evening with quintessentially English distillers Sipsmith and canapés by Michelin-starred chef, Shaun Rankin.
Dinner with Tony King and Amos Courage, to hear about their fascinating work reintroducing animals in Africa.
Day two of the test match component of the multi-format Women’s Ashes. ActionWoman nominee and England Captain, Charlotte Edwards, leads her team against Australia.
Art world discussion with Ben Brown, founder of the Ben Brown Gallery. Featuring work by Djamel Tatah.
Portfolio Managers' James Spence, Nick Hornby and Fergus Shaw discuss the source of the last 12 month's performance
Douglas Brodie discusses how entrepreneurial companies are disrupting incumbents across multiple industries.
Judy tells stories from her life of coaching and raising two tennis stars with interviewer Eleanore Kelly. Hosted with Scottish Women in Sport.
A discussion about banking and financial careers with Patrick Clackson, Head of Business Transformation, Barclays.
Geoff expresses global and regional macro views through his positions in equities, rates, FX and commodities.
Cerno Capital hosts a group to see England’s Women beat Italy 39-7. Ireland won the series overall.
Jayne describes her path to one of the top City investment jobs. She highlights the major influences in her career and talks in depth about both the successes and the challenges.
An active investor in Japan for 25 years, Hugh explains his thesis for Japan’s reflationary profit cycle and why an allocation to Japan makes sense.
A speech delivered at the Legatum Institute, the Mayor of London revisits the first democracy and its enduring influence on the West.
Lunchtime discussion: Joe and Geoff, both China nationals and analysts, debate China’s immediate future from opposite standpoints.
Orlando Rock, Deputy Chairman of Christie’s Europe reveals the practices of the art world and tries to account for modern tastes.
Miles Geldard and Chenevix-Trench each have over 30 years experience of investing in Emerging Markets and debate the risks and suitable portfolio actions.
Discussion with the well-known investor and academic Dr Paul Woolley. Woolley offers a model for financial markets which seems to fit better with the real world.
A Practical History of Financial Markets. Cracking the stock Market – Long Term Valuation Measures That Work
Russell delivers one module of his two–day course A Practical History of Financial Markets regarded as the best course of its kind the UK.
George describes the major imbalances of the world and ruminates as to the consequences of their further worsening.
Nick Hackworth describes the compelling work of artists Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin. The Details Of A Dark Horse In Low Light, is a meditation on race and photography.
Paul Thursby and Russell Napier debate the outlook for core bond markets and arrive at bearish conclusions based on unrelated arguments.
Lunchtime discussion: Roundtable discussion from investors sharing their experiences of investing in Africa.
Three outstanding equity managers debate the major investment destinations. Each explains the source of their returns and how they negotiate world markets.
Lunchtime discussion: Peter Hennessey, independent peer, constitutional expert and author sheds light on the forces at work in British politics.