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finance
credit score, finance featured
24
Jun

Why I asked my partner his credit score – and why you should too | Eve Obasuyi

I remember it all vividly. Nick and I had been dating for a few months, he came over to my house, we exchanged pleasantries, then I quite frankly asked “so, what’s your credit score?” Your credit score is an indication of how credit worthy you are and is used by lenders to decide whether you...
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Getting on top on finances
15
Apr

How to make the most of your hard-earned cash

Alison Pask has been working in financial services for 30 years and is an expert on financial education. Here she sets out her top tips to help you make the most of your money. Plan ahead – think about what you want in life I would say start by looking ahead. What does your financial...
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Women in Finance Summit featured
11
Mar

06/06/19: Women in Finance Summit 2019

We are excited to announce that we are supporting the ‘Women in Finance Summit 2019’. John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister & Rt Hon Nicky Morgan, Member of Parliament for Loughborough, Chair of the House of Commons Treasury Committee will be speaking at the 3rd edition of the annual Women in Finance Summit, which...
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WealthiHer logo featured
08
Mar

The WealthiHer Networks launches on International Women’s Day

The WealthiHer Network , a group of change agents from the world of finance, who have come together to drive positive change, championing female investors, entrepreneurs and clients and celebrating the diversity of women’s wealth launches on International Women’s Day. It includes some of the world’s biggest banks and insurers, collaborating to make the financial...
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sad business woman diversity featured
08
Mar

Alison Rose Review urges banks to publish data on funding for female entrepreneurs

A new review has urged banks to publish its data on the funding available for female entrepreneurs as part of a new voluntary investor code. The Investing in Female Entrepreneurs Code commits all financial institutions to the principle of gender equality and transparent reporting of gender funding data. NatWest, Lloyds Banking Group, UK Finance and...
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Wendy Rowe featured
08
Mar

Rising through the ranks: Becoming a female business leader in finance and IT

By Wendy Rowe, Director, Wolters Kluwer, TAA UK My early years in the accounting profession were spent as a junior tax assistant working in a number of compliance tax departments for Ernst & Young. In the eighties, accounting was still a male-dominated industry and back then, a set of Trust Accounts were still being prepared...
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Finance, financial advice
28
Jan

Financial advice for women looking to start a business

A 2017 Barclays study revealed that startups applying for funding would receive £1m less if there was at least one female founder. With this barrier in mind, it’s key that female entrepreneurs ensure they have the know-how to get the best start in their solo business career. Women looking to start a business should not...
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Gill Marples featured
04
Jan

Applying for a finance job? The Isle of Man is waiting for you

Gill Marples, director at IntegraLife International and former chair of the Manx Insurance Association, discusses the role of women in Financial Services in the Isle of Man, where she moved 20 years ago. Many women choose a career in financial services because they are attracted by the diversity of the sector and the wide choice...
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