Last chance to nominate for Investment Week's Women in Investment Awards 2020

Fourth annual extravaganza returns on 25 November

Katrina Lloyd
Closing date for nominations is 24 April

Closing date for nominations is 24 April

Investment Week is calling for final nominations by close of play on 24 April for our Women in Investment Awards 2020, in partnership with HSBC Global Asset Management.

We had a phenomenal response to last year's awards but we believe 2020's ceremony can be even bigger and better. A significant step forward has been taken over the last few years in pushing for greater diversity in the investment industry but the consensus is there is still a long way to go, especially when it comes to narrowing the gender pay gap and increasing the number of women in senior positions. These awards are vital in helping accelerate the pace of change towards a more diverse and inclusive investment industry. New categories for the awards this year include Wealth Manag...

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