'Restart' scheme launches to help more women return to the investment industry

Launching on 19 September

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Women returning to the investment industry after a career break will be able to take advantage of a new UCAS-style clearing system from next month.

Called Restart, the returners programme is to be launched on 19 September 2017 and is being led by the Diversity Project and supported by the Women Returners Professional Network. While the programme is aimed at all financial or professional services individuals who have taken an extended career break and are now looking to return to the workforce, chair of the Diversity Project, Dame Helena Morrissey (pictured), believes an industry-wide approach to helping professionals return to work after a career break is a further step in helping to reduce the current gender-diversity gap in the in...

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