Responsibility

Truva Trustees holds itself to high ethical standards, befitting a corporate trustee and financial intermediary. Not only is this appropriate, it is essential to protect the reputation upon which we depend.

We strongly believe that our ethical values should not be confined to our professional activities.

We look to reflect the importance of these values in our choice of clients, in our charitable partnerships and in the causes that we, as individuals, chose to support outside of work.

Here are some examples of how we put ethical responsibility at the forefront of everything we do. 

Charity partnership:
Foodsteps

Foodsteps is seeking to map and to reduce the carbon footprint of what we eat. It takes a rigorously scientific approach.

Foodsteps is also committed to sharing the benefits of its research and experience through peer-reviewed publications and routine academic engagement.

This ensures it is not just their food-chain and catering partners who develop the knowledge and skills to identify and target the reduction of carbon.

The team at Truva provides Foodsteps with the benefit of our legal and commercial expertise.

This allows Foodsteps to be secure in their intellectual property and, more importantly, to focus on what they do.

Client:
Generator not boilers

Truva is working with Advanced Generation Limited to create a bond programme structured to finance the deployments of gas generators as replacement for inefficient boilers in large facilities such as hospitals.

Not only does the replacement generator produce heating energy more efficiently that the traditional boiler that it replaced, it also generates all the required electrical energy needed by the facility.

This vastly reduces both carbon emissions and utility costs, eliminating completely the need for an external electrical supplier.

Cause:
AF Association

Daniel, Chief Operating Officer at Truva, has long been a supporter of the AF Association which campaigns and researches for the better diagnosis and management of AF, a common heart rhythm disorder.

He volunteers as a director of the AF Association and has chaired multiple meetings of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Atrial Fibrillation, of which he is an active member.

Beyond the AF Association, Daniel has collaborated with its founder, Trudie Lobban MBE, on many aligned heart-health causes over many years.

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