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40th anniversary sponsorship

David Capps, Gary Bowman and Christopher Rebindaine attended the Jersey Finance, London private wealth conference on Tuesday 16 May.

Attended by over 400 people, many of them based in London, it was an excellent event and high turn out hosted by Geoff Cook and BBC journalist Nick Robinson. To cel…

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Swimarathon 2017

Capco Trust entered two teams into the 2017 Lions Club Swimarathon held at Les Quennevais pool. Led by David Capps, the swimmers were a combination of youth and experience with some staff bringing along their enthusiastic offspring to join in the effort. The teams raised just over £600 which will b…

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40 Years Young

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4 relay medals for first Capco team home

Three relay teams were entered once more in the Collas Crill round island 48 mile walk. The teams set off as usual at 3.00am on Saturday 18 June and whilst it is not a race, the first Capco team home arrived at the finish line 12 hours 33 minutes later.

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Charities of Choice 2016

Staff of Capco Trust have chosen two charities of choice for 2016. These charities will be the beneficiaries of the weekly dress down contributions as well as a number of ad hoc fund raising events in the office. The two charities are the Jersey Alzheimer's Association and the Jersey Kidney Patient…

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Ice Age Island Exhibition

Capco Trust is proud to be a main sponsor to the Ice Age Island project and exhibition taking place at the Jersey Museum from 25th October 2015 to 30 December 2016. The Ice Age Island project aims to discover more about Jersey’s rich Ice Age landscapes and histories through archaeological excavatio…

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David Capps at the St Ouen's bay checkpoint

On 20 June 2015 Capco Trust entered several teams to complete the 48 mile round Jersey walk. David Capps and Richard Hébert compare notes at Le Braye.

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Lisa Hébert and Kirstine Hutton join a Jersey Overseas Aid project in Uganda

Earlier in 2015, two staff at Capco Trust volunteered to go to Uganda with a Jersey overseas aid project to assist in the building of a primary school in Luweero. Here Lisa and Stine come to terms with bricks, mortar and a trowel.

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