Revealed: Finalists for the first IW Women in Investment Awards

Ceremony on 29 November

Katrina Lloyd
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The finalists for Investment Week's inaugural Women in Investment Awards have been revealed, in categories including Most Inspiring Returner and Fund Manager of the Year.

Our Women in Investment Awards are not about men versus women, or whether a particular gender is more suited to a career in financial services. They are simply about celebrating and recognising the achievements of women in a sector where they are currently under-represented. The Women in Investment Awards firmly believes that initiatives that aim to inspire and campaign for greater representation of women both in the investment sector and on company boards such as HM Treasury's Women in Finance, the Investment Association's Diversity Project and the 30% Club have a key role to play in su...

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