Women Invest Too
Boring Money is to host an afternoon seminar on 22 May at Schroders’ headquarters from 1:30pm to 5.00pm.
‘Women Invest Too’ has a dual purpose – to tackle how insurance and financial services engage with women customers and employees, and to explore how we can become more inclusive
The event will feature a host of special guest speakers including Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank; Camilla Carson, commercial director, Moola; Natasha Power, head of advertising and brand, Schroders; Georgie Killiik, partner, Silo; Sophie Bialaszewski, head of innovation, Lloyd’s; and Emily Cox, director of public affairs, Virgin Money.
Boring Money will also be sharing new insights into what female investors and non- investors think about the worlds of funds, platforms and robo-advice. For more information and to book tickets, visit: bit.ly/2GoQotF
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