Why the financial services industry needs to 'wake up' to women's wealth

Women will hold 60% of the UK’s wealth by 2025

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The WealthiHer Network's Tamara Gillan
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The WealthiHer Network's Tamara Gillan

As a female entrepreneur, I have never felt the financial industry is relevant to me. I started my own business because I wanted to avoid the glass ceiling, but I was confronted with a financial sector that wasn’t listening or talking to women equally.

And when I see an industry that is not championing women, my instinct is to find a way to change it. This is especially important today this week, as on Monday the US marked Women's Equality Day against...

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