Tokyo, Japan, March 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Trinova Capital, a wealth management firm based in Tokyo, announces a new program started in March 2016. Trinova employees will receive eight hours of paid time, including during business hours, to volunteer for a charitable cause in order to encourage philanthropic outreach and community involvement. In addition, employees will be supported by the firm to participate in charitable fundraising events by paying for admissions, contributions and registration fees for up to $250 per employee per year.
“A core value in the Trinova Capital Mission Statement is giving back. We believe success brings the responsibility of investing our time and resources to create a positive impact in our communities,” said Stephen Chamberlain, a Senior Portfolio Manager at Trinova Capital.
Aligning with values of giving back to the community Trinova is committed to improve the quality of life in communities. Trinova strives to become, through philanthropy and community service, to have each employee work towards becoming a valuable agent of positive change.
Trinova Capital has a long history of making it a corporate mission to give to the community through civic involvement, work on community committees that align with corporate mission values, and offer financial support to projects that support strong communities.
Trinova Capital, Otemachi Financial City North Tower, 1-9-5 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0004 Japan. If any further information is required, please visit www.trinovacapital.com, email email@example.com or call +813 4588 8434.