Financial advice, events and education service launched for women

Advice from St James's Place

Sophie King
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"Rainchq will be positioned as a lifestyle brand, with a focus on good financial health as a foundation for overall holistic wellbeing" - Rainchq's Davinia Tomlinson
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"Rainchq will be positioned as a lifestyle brand, with a focus on good financial health as a foundation for overall holistic wellbeing" - Rainchq's Davinia Tomlinson

A financial services business designed exclusively for women has launched with the aim of tackling the gender investing gap by promoting greater financial inclusion.

Rainchq will provide financial education, events and access to qualified and regulated financial advice delivered by St James's Place Wealth Management. The annual service will cost £300 and inc...

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