Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, has become the latest member to join The WealthiHer Network.
They join the likes of esteemed names such as HSBC Private Bank, Brewin Dolphin and JP Morgan Private Bank in The WealthiHer Network which champions females in finance.
The WealthiHer Network, which represents organisations overseeing more than £1 trillion in global assets has seen 50% growth in partners over the last six months.
The Network offers women the knowledge, tools and confidence they need to prosper.
The WealthiHer Network’s growth is predicted to soar in 2022 following research revealing that more than half of UK women have focused on their finances as a result of the pandemic. The research also revealed the stark contrast between male and female financial futures: by the age of 60, women’s pension funds are worth only one third of a man’s pension at the same age. With the help of its new investment partners, The Network will continue to strategise ways to create a fair and equal workplace for women.
Calum Brewster, who leads Brown Shipley added: “We take pride in our commitment to increasing female representation in our senior roles and establishing an equal workplace. We are excited to work with WealthiHer on their inspiring initiatives and enhance our focus on diversity and inclusion for clients and colleagues.”
The WealthiHer Network Co-Founder and entrepreneur Tamara Gillian said: “We are absolutely delighted with our 50% growth and to have partnered with Brown Shipley. As female wealth grows and we face the longer term impacts of the pandemic, we want to be able to support as many women as possible to transform their financial futures. Working with top investment managers provides The Network with an opportunity to champion female financial empowerment and advancement and shape industries and workplaces that work for everyone. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Brown Shipley and we look forward to championing women like never before and continuing to break down barriers in the industry together.”
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