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Newton and BNY Mellon pull together for Cancer Research UK
Newton Investment Management and BNY Mellon are proud to support the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races. In a world first, we have donated our title sponsorship of the Boat Races to Cancer Research UK, the chosen charity partner of the Boat Races Company Ltd. The events will now be known as the Cancer Research UK Boat Races and businesses, employees and communities will pull together and raise much-needed monies and awareness for this important cause.
Newton Investment Management and BNY Mellon have sponsored the Boat Races, which take place annually between the crews of Oxford and Cambridge Universities on the River Thames in London, UK, for the past four years. During this time, a significant contribution to charities through fundraising, volunteering and donations has been made.
The 2016 Cancer Research Boat Races took place in London on Sunday 27 March. Find out more at the official Boat Races website.
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