Nicky Morgan writes to 33 firms over Women in Finance Charter

JPMAM and Vanguard 'considering position'

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Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan has written to 33 financial services firms asking why they have not yet signed the government's Women in Finance Charter, which has now gained some 162 signatories.

The full list of firms contected by Morgan can be seen below and includes Goldman Sachs Asset Management, JP Morgan Asset Management, UBS Asset Management and Vanguard Asset Management. Invesco Perpetual and Close Brothers have, however, confirmed they are in the process of signing up, with the former indicating it would be announced with the next Women in Finance Charter communications in March. In her letter, Morgan (pictured) said: "The committee understands that your firm has yet to sign the Women in Finance Charter. "I would be grateful if you could write to the committee by 1...

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