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Canaccord Genuity in the community

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Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management has a busy programme of local community support and sponsorships, many of which fall under the umbrella of sport.

#cando is the overarching theme for all our corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity.

#cando = Can(accord) + ‘do’

The definition of ‘can do’ in the Oxford English dictionary is ‘having or showing a determination or willingness to take action and achieve results’.

Why #cando?

At Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management we recognise the benefits of an active lifestyle, both on mental wellbeing and performance in the workplace. People who regularly take part in sport can concentrate for longer, have sharper memory, are quicker to learn, are more creative and have lower stress levels. See more benefits

This is why we are proud to sponsor events and initiatives that support the #cando ethos, with a strong belief in the benefits of exercise in all areas of daily life.

Guernsey Marathon

Having sponsored the Guernsey marathon for an agreed three year period, 2017 was the last year of our involvement in this great event and one that has become a key part of the island's sporting calendar. 

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Isle of Man Sportive

This year, we supported the Isle of Man Sportive for the first time - a mass participation cycling event following the TT circuit 'route of champions'.

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Jersey Corporate Cup

The Corporate Cup challenge organised in collaboration with Run Jersey, and now in its fourth year, sees teams of runners competing in a monthly 5km lunchtime race between April and September. 

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Guernsey Rugby Development Officer

This year we celebrate our ninth year sponsoring the role of Rugby Development Officer since it was created. Steve Melbourne MBE (current RDO) works tirelessly to deliver a coaching programme of over 50 hours a week.

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Looking for offshore services?

We have offices in Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey.

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