Revealed: Winners of the Women in Investment Awards 2017

Honouring the industry's trailblazers

Katrina Lloyd
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Baillie Gifford's Sarah Whitley picks up the Lifetime Achievement Award from host Zoe Lyons
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Baillie Gifford's Sarah Whitley picks up the Lifetime Achievement Award from host Zoe Lyons

Investment Week is delighted to congratulate the winners of our inaugural Women in Investment Awards, who were honoured at a special ceremony in London last week.

The awards aim to recognise the achievements of women in a sector where they are currently under-represented. They also honour companies and individuals who have helped support women in the workplace...

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