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"We have had a long working relationship with Alex Murray and his team at Silverdart and we have always found them to be very professional and attentive. They have provided the Society with attractive and cost-effective solutions to our publishing requirements and have always delivered projects on time and to a high quality. We would have no hesitation in recommending them."

Michael Mitchell, former general manager, The Investor Relations Society

"Silverdart has produced many publications for us over several years - all to a very high standard and supported by a first class service."

Chris Jackson, former head of the Finance & Management Faculty, ICAEW

"This little book, produced by Silverdart on behalf of the United Benefice of Stratton, North Cerney, Baunton and Bagendon, is well illustrated and professionally produced. It's a model for others."

CHURCH TIMES

"Many thanks indeed for... your gorgeous anthology. What production values! And an attentiveness to detail and precision that's getting rarer and rarer. This is how poetry publishing ought to be managed: with thoroughness, accuracy and minimum fuss."

Mario Petrucci, poet

1992 - Our first magazine

The first magazine published by Silverdart was the launch edition of Securities & Investment Review, the monthly magazine of the (then) Securities Institute, a new professional body for professionals in the securities markets.  The first issue featured an exclusive interview with the chairman of the London Stock Exchange, Andrew Hugh Smith, and a foreword by the Bank of England’s governor Robin Leigh-Pemberton. We published the magazine for five years.

 


Avoiding the sharks

How do family businesses survive and prosper in a tough competitive environment? The February 2011 issue of Finance & Management, the monthly magazine of the ICAEW’s F&M Faculty, looked at the crucial issues for such companies to address. Other articles included ‘Systems thinking’, ‘Dealing with sustainability’ and ‘The next big management breakthrough’, plus more. For information about the faculty, see here.


The Rectors of North Cerney

Anyone who relishes a well-crafted historical work with plenty of anecdotes will enjoy this book by the late Canon James Turner, who was rector of North Cerney, near Cirencester, between 1952 and 1973. Silverdart published his diaries about the 13th century All Saints church and its many colourful rectors. The stories of parish life in this Gloucestershire village reflect the wars, scandals, social upheavals, booms and depressions of many centuries. To purchase a copy - at GBP 9.50 in paperback - please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or ask in your local bookshop.


Corporate risk brochure

Booklets and specialist one-off publications have been a large part of Silverdart’s output. Typical is the series of publications we produced for The Association of Corporate Treasurers on corporate risk - these were A5, perfect-bound or saddle-stitched publications, usually written by a single author and usually running to between 64 and 116 pages. The topics included: ‘Current issues in equity finance’, ‘A treasury policy blueprint’, ‘Non-executive directors - a risky business’ and more. We would be delighted to discuss any ideas you may have for similar booklets, whether in business, finance or other areas. Please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).



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