REPRESENTATIVES from the Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter team will take part in a panel discussion on the role of diversity targets at The Finance Professional Show.
The session titled “Diversity – addressing the imbalance”, will be introduced by Deborah Ejim-McCubbin, policy adviser for the Women in Finance Charter at the Treasury.
Ejim-McCubbin will be joined by Becky Hewitt, vice chair of the Women in Finance Charter board and director of people at Leeds Building Society.
The panel will also feature Clare Jupp, people development director at Brightstar who co-hosted an event with the Treasury and Virgin Money to bring the importance of the Charter to the attention of various specialist finance industry stakeholders earlier in the year.
“The Women in Finance Charter reflects the government’s ambition to see gender balance at all levels across financial services firms,” said Ejim-McCubbin.
“This is a great opportunity to talk about how firms can continue to take action on this and contribute to having a really positive impact on the financial services sector as a whole.”
The Finance Professional Show takes place at Olympia London on 7 November at Olympia London, attracting almost 100 lenders.
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