Charity EventsRaising money for CATS Foundation and Free To Be
|We are hosting a charity 5k fun run on 28th November for the MTN community.
Not only can you jog / walk / run beside MTN market colleagues, meet potential clients and make new connections, you will also be doing a wonderful thing by supporting our two fantastic charities: CATS Foundation and Free to Be Kids.
|Over 80 MTN professionals from 35 institutions joined us last week for our market drinks and charity poker evening.
Aside from catching up with colleagues and making new connections, with your help we managed to raise just over £2,000 for two children’s charities doing fantastic work: CATS Foundation and Free to Be Kids.
Both charities focus on meaningful support of children in need and unlike some major charities, small amounts make a BIG difference. Your donation directly impacts these children so every bit really does help.
You can still CLICK HERE to donate!
Congratulations to our poker tournament winner, Sam Robinson from Hitachi Capital, as well as the winners of the Dom Perignon raffle:
David Morland – MUFG
We have posted a few images from the evening so please have a look HERE!
SAVE THESE DATES…
|We really look forward to welcoming you to our summer networking drinks and charity poker tournament!
Structurers, distributors, issuers and investors from over 30 leading institutions enjoyed another entertaining and inspirational mtn-i Americas showcase and awards dinner.
From Mark Grant’s string of challenges to orthodox expectations, our own top 10 trends, 10 winner pitches and the exciting vision that was the Future of Structured Americas – it was a fulfilling afternoon in the Florida sunshine before the awards dinner.
mtn-i proudly sponsored the SFBTA 3rd Annual Charity Poker Tournament and raised an amazing $5,500 in memory of our friend and colleague, CIBC’s Brennan O’Brien and the Cycle for Survival.
We would like to thank everyone who joined in and helped make the night a great success.
If you weren’t there – don’t miss it next year!
What a night!
A record turnout, £6,000 raised for children’s charities and even the voice of Apple’s Siri all helped mtn-i’s 14th Annual MTN Awards night on Thursday go off with some extra fizz!
The Republic of Poland, the EBRD, EDF, ESM, KfW, the IFC and Qatar National Bank were among the illustrious list of borrowers recognised among over 40 institutions represented by nearly 200 attendees.
Jon Briggs (aka Siri) announced the winners while Nick Martland’s band played them onto the stage – the lucky ones got Bond themes!
Dealers, Issuers and Investors of the Year!
Recognition this year ranged across private placement markets, embracing Euro PPs, Schuldscheine, N-Bonds and Green Bonds as well as traditional MTN and structured notes.
Citi and HSBC were MTN and Private Placement Houses of the Year, respectively, while the IFC scooped the Issuer of the Year award.
JP Morgan won Structured MTN Dealer of the Year, while our Editor’s Award honoured Credit Suisse for its cross-asset structuring platform. Central Bank of Algeria scooped our Investor of the Year Award.
Our Rising Stars, Deals of the Year and Investor Solutions categories spotlighted a diverse range of entrepreneurial dealership, innovative structuring, investor discovery and intrepid issuing in MTN and private placement markets.
During the lunch and Showcase that preceded the awards dinner, market strategists unpacked the various possible outcomes of Trump, Brexit and the upcoming European elections on markets…
The mtn-i editorial team picked out a dozen of the private debt market’s hot spots poised for further growth in 2017!
Nine issuers and dealers pitched their credits and trade ideas…
…and to wrap things up the market’s leading private market dealers, issuers and investors considered the future of private debt markets.
£6,000 for CATS and Free To Be Kids!
The generous donation of auction items and bidders on the night raised £6,000 for two children’s charities.
CATs, the charity founded by ex-Dresdner MTN Trader Daniel Lewi who was there on the night, supports families and children affected by Tay-Sachs disease.
We were also honoured to be joined by Free To be Kids founder Rachel Nichols. Free to be Kids provides residential therapeutic adventures and activities for vulnerable children.
Since our award dinners started we’ve raised over £80,000 for vulnerable and sick children.
11th Americas Structured Note Showcase & Awards – 6th April, Miami
8th Asia Pacific Showcase & Awards – 19th October, Hong Kong
WOW what a collection! Get your funding ready!
Amazing and unique items up for auction all in aid of:
A NIGHT ON THE TOWN
Donated by RBC, we have a great night out for 2 with tickets to ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead‘ press night at the Old Vic on Tuesday 7th March 2017.
Donated by BNP Paribas we have: 2 x tickets for the Queens Final, Sunday 25th June 2017.
Donated by Barclays we have: 4 x general admission tickets to see Manchester United v Bournemouth at Old Trafford on Saturday 4th March 2017.
US Open Tennis Ball
Signed by Roger Federer
Manchester United Football
Signed by the players
Liverpool Football Shirt
Signed by Roberto Firmino
Glasgow Celtic Football
Signed by the players
Les Miserables Poster
Signed by the cast
Donated by JLA we have:
OTHER ITEMS UP FOR GRABS
2 x 5 class vouchers
Bottomless Eastway Brunch for two is up for grabs, donated by The Andaz team.
PLUS MORE TO COME… Watch this space!
Free To Be is a new charity established to support children & young people who are struggling with social or emotional difficulties, and to help create lasting change for vulnerable children’s emotional health.
Skilled volunteers work with disadvantaged children & young people across London to rebuild self-esteem, boost resilience and to help explore challenging emotions and ways of managing via one to one mentoring, after school groups and therapeutic adventures & residentials.
Cure & Action for Tay-Sachs Foundation is dedicated to providing awareness of Tay Sachs and Sandhoff diseases and supporting the families affected.
In 2016, CATS Foundation are launching their ‘Race for the Cure’ campaign, as they begin clinical trials for a possible cure. The charity provides a support network, respite trips and vital equipment so that a sufferer’s quality of life is as high as possible. The CATS Foundation also provides funding to the research team who are investigating a potential treatment for both Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff disease.