An inspiring event bringing women across a broad spectrum of financial services together
Absolutely superb must attend event!
An informative, inspiring event with a great opportunity to network with like minded, professional women
Women of The Square Mile is where people meet ideas and ideas become reality… It’s time to open up your thinking.
Women of The Square Mile 2019 is brought to you by the world’s largest conference series dedicated to driving gender diversity in the Financial Services sector. Following 2018’s sell-out event, we are back with the most eye-opening, educational and inspirational event yet!
Has diversity and inclusion in Financial Services changed much in the last year?
The gender pay gap reporting, which took place not long after 2018’s conference, proved that while momentum is building, progress is agonisingly slow.
Only 25% of roles in middle management are held by women. And at the Executive level only 14% of roles are held by women, leaving almost all of the top jobs in the hands of men.
Through inspirational keynotes, eye-opening panel discussions, and interactive career development workshops, this conference will empower you with the knowledge, skills and network you need to excel in your career and drive diversity within your organisation.
Join the rapidly growing movement shaking up the role women play within financial services!
Women of The Square Mile will provide you with 6 CPD hours
Former CEO @ Virgin Money
COO @ Bank of England
COO for UK Service Company Entity @ Credit Suisse
Non-Executive Director & Trustee @ TLC Lions
Founder @ MindEquity, Vice-Chair @ UN Women UK
Chief Administration Officer - Corporate and Investment Bank @ Deutsche Bank
Chief Operating Officer @ Quant Network
Assistant Director General and Director of Policy @ British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association
Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion @ UBS
Digital Chief Operating Officer @ HSBC Private Banking
President @ Women in Banking and Finance
Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging @ The Telegraph