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The deadline for written submissions is Friday 16 March 2018
The Treasury Committee has launched a new inquiry into Women in Finance. It will focus on HM Treasury's Women in Finance Charter and the progress made against it.
The Committee will seek to identify the barriers to women entering and progressing in the financial services industry. It will examine the value to financial firms of having greater gender balance across all job grades and functions.
The Committee will also scrutinise the role of Government and financial regulators in acting as role models for good gender diversity practices.
If you wish to submit written evidence to this inquiry, the deadline to do so is Friday 16 March 2018.
Evidence given by Anne Richards, CEO, M&G Investments, Amanda Blanc, Group CEO, Axa UK, and Susan Allen, Head of Retail Distribution, Santander UK.
Evidence given by Jon Terry, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Michael Henning, Head of Investment, Mason Blake, Kate Grussing, Founder and Managing Director, Sapphire Partners
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Treasury Committee Chair asks why firms haven't signed up to the Women in Finance charter