Below are some useful resources offering information about women in the finance industry and the gender gap.
Accounting and finance is often considered an industry dominated by men, but things are changing. First Intuition and the awarding bodies offering finance qualifications are committed to equality and diversity amongst their workforce and students. Empowering women to be successful leaders and inspire women finance and business professionals of the future.
As a woman in a male-dominated industry, getting ahead wasn’t always easy for Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, the new Chair of HMRC Board. But, as she tells Annie Makoff, her experiences spurred her on to achieve career success.
AAT shares information on its commitment to equality and diversity.
Initiatives AAT is taking to encourage more women in the industry.
Stories from women in accounting.
Words from some inspiring female ACCA members.
A look at what businesses and employees need to consider when it comes to closing the gender pay gap.
The Women in leadership Forum was established for aspiring leaders of the future. CIMA share their mission and core values.
A look at the steps being taken to bridge the gender gap.
Read CIMA’s selection of women in leadership case studies about a range of leading businesswomen around the globe.
ICAEW shares it diversity and inclusion policy.
WIL supports women working across practice, industry and public sectors who are in senior management, partner or board roles. The programme has a strong personal development focus, and seeks to refine and craft your individual leadership style.
ICAEW’s key gender pay gap resources.
Insight into what it is like to be a woman working in accountancy, we’ve taken a look at progression, the challenges and real-life experiences of both qualified and trainee accountants.
Our Chelmsford and Yorkshire Directors Kelley O’Donovan and Lucy Parr takeover the podcast with a panel of guest speakers. To discuss and address the challenges women have had and continue to face in the professional world.