Archives: April 2018

Legal & General Investment Management - Working for Women

Mark Freed / 30 Apr 2018

Legal & General Investment Management - Working for Women

Legal & General Investment Management - Working for Women E2W’s many clients across the City are all on the journey to gender parity, but they’re not all at the same stage.    We’re starting a series of company profiles that will draw...

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Start to stop – a simple guide

Rhian Bowler / 30 Apr 2018

Start to stop – a simple guide

Why stopping can sometimes help your career. We hear and read so much about starting new behaviours to improve our career but what about stopping limiting behaviours?  Rhian Bowler, E2W’s Career Coach offers some easy advice to help you to stop.  **STOP!!** Observing the discussions...

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E2W Front Office Team and NatWest Markets Gender Network - A Vibrant Workshop

Mark Freed / 23 Apr 2018

E2W Front Office Team and NatWest Markets Gender Network - A Vibrant Workshop

Over 50 members of the E2W Front Office Team and NatWest Markets Gender Network enjoyed a really vibrant workshop where all who attended were inspired and motivated to action. It was wonderful to meet such a fantastic group of women in a safe and collaborative environment. Many thanks goes...

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Stop minding the gender pay gap, start closing it.

Mark Freed / 20 Apr 2018

Stop minding the gender pay gap, start closing it.

How E2W is changing the industry and how it could help you. The gender pay gap reporting is complete for this year.  Will things change by 2018?  We have some ideas on how the figures could look differently next year. I am delighted that the April deadline for...

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E2W Risk Team Event Report

Rhian Bowler / 18 Apr 2018

E2W Risk Team Event Report

The E2W business events aim to bring women in financial services together to network, learn and support each other. We recently enjoyed a professional presentation on risk limit framework and risk infrastructure and how these challenges impact profitability, delivered by E2W member Olga Venosa, a senior Counterparty Risk...

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