Helena Morrissey launches first 'Anti-Presidents Club' fundraiser tonight

Supported by M&G Investments

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Helena Morrissey, head of personal investing at LGIM
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Helena Morrissey, head of personal investing at LGIM

The first event held by a charitable trust set up by Dame Helena Morrissey in the wake of the Presidents Club scandal is to be held this evening and is hoping to raise £250,000.

Morrissey, who is head of personal investing at Legal & General, began organising the dinners earlier this year after reading about the exploits at a Presidents Club event.  This was a male-only...

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