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Women in Fund Management Event

Governors House


Please join us for a special event to explore the opportunities of building a career in the investment and savings industry.

Our keynote speaker, Anne Richards, Chief Executive of M&G Investments will share her personal career journey and the challenges she overcame. A panel discussion will share their experiences and explore how you can build a career in the investment industry. The panel will be composed of the following women and moderated by Helena Morrissey (Chair of the Diversity Project and Head of Personal Investing at LGIM).

This event is for female students and recent graduates interested in working in Fund Management. Applications from students with a non-Finance background are encouraged.


To reserve your place at this free event, please apply via this link by Sunday, 6th August, 2017. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis



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Governors House
Laurence Pountney Hill


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