City Hive: Five-point guide for women entering and progressing in the asset management industry

Submitted to Treasury Committee inquiry

Natalie Kenway
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City Hive's Bev Shah
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City Hive's Bev Shah

Bhavini 'Bev' Shah, founder of City Hive, the women's network for the asset management industry, has provided a five-point guide for the Treasury Committee inquiry, the Women in Finance Charter, highlighting steps females can overcome to progress in the sector.

In October last year, the Treasury Committee launched the inquiry to identify the barriers to women entering and progressing in the financial services industry as a whole, while also examining the value...

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