'Unite to better serve female investors' - WealthiHer Network report

Gender bias effects

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The WealthiHer Network has pledged to fight for change in the financial services sector and its approach to female investors, backed by 10 of the world's leading financial institutions.

Following the publication of its report, Understanding the Diversity of Women's Wealth, last week, WealthiHer found women suffer from 'imposter syndrome' with 70% saying their confidence in investing was 'average' or 'below average'. The WealthiHer Network was co-founded by Tamara Gillan, CEO of marketing agency Cherry London, and diversity change agent Lauren Von Stackelberg, together with ten large financial institutions, including Barclays Private Bank, Brewin Dolphin and Close Brothers Asset Management. Last week, the group published a report based on an online study of 2,500 p...

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