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July 11, 2016
theresa may featured
11
Jul

Theresa May set to become Britain’s next Prime Minister, as Andrea Leadsom steps down

Theresa May is set to become the next British Prime Minister, as her opponent, Andrea Leadsom steps down. May now remains the only candidate in the race for Conservative party leadership. The party’s constitution states, ‘if there is only one candidate at the time laid down for the close nominations, that candidate shall be declared...
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money
11
Jul

72 major finance firms sign new Charter to improve gender diversity in senior positions

Seventy-two major financial firms have signed up to the new government Charter designed to improve gender diversity in senior positions within the industry. Firms including Credit Suisse, Barclays Bank Plc, EY, Lloyd’s of London, Morgan Stanley, PwC UK, Santander and Thomson Reuters, were unveiled at the London Stock Exchange, where the Economic Secretary of the...
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Wolff motor sports featured
11
Jul

F1 driver Susie Wolff and MSA launch Dare To Be Different to encourage more women into motor sports

Formula 1 racing driver Susie Wolff and The Motor Sports Association (MSA) have joined forces to launch an initiative to support women in the male dominated world of motor sport. The Dare To Be Different initiative aims to increase female participation on the race rack, in addition to all other aspects of the sport. There...
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Brexit- A Girl’s Best Friend (F)
11
Jul

Brexit: A girl’s best friend

A Plan for Capitalising on Business Opportunities in Post-Brexit Britain. Maybe that should read, “Brexit: A Smart, Entrepreneurial Woman’s Best Friend.” Because, you see, Brexit isn’t good for everyone—only for those daring enough to look forward and rise above the chaos. Most of the world has eyes on the UK right now. And most women...
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“Business needs gender equality to succeed,” says Ford’s European CEO Barb Samardzich (F)
11
Jul

“Business needs gender equality to succeed,” says Ford’s European CEO Barb Samardzich

Ford’s European CEO, Barb Samardzich has called upon businesses to embrace gender equality and to attract more women into the engineering sector and the car industry. Speaking at the Autocar Great British Women in the Car Industry awards on Friday (8 July), Samardzich gave her keynote speech calling for a change to stereotyping of engineers...
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Am I really saving enough for retirement? (F)
11
Jul

Am I really saving enough for retirement?

Saving for retirement is one of our most important financial activities. Put simply, for most of us the amount we save during our working life determines our quality of life after we stop working. Financially-secured golden years need saving. The question is whether you are saving enough. The answer has two elements. First, estimate how...
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BNY Mellon logo new featured
11
Jul

Vacancy of the Week: C++ Developer | Wroclaw

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors throughout the investment lifecycle. BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments & safeguards nearly one-fifth of...
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Delivering a powerful message (F)
11
Jul

Delivering a powerful message | Janet Tarasofsky

Imagine you needed to make a very powerful point, one that you hope people will always remember. How would you go about doing that? I learned one way of delivering an impactful message when I was working with a Women’s Crisis Shelter many years ago. The centre housed women who had been badly abused by...
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