Numerous surveys have identified significant inequalities between men and women when it comes to both the capacity to save and access to appropriate financial advice.

On the 24th June we were joined by Chloe Anderson Dixon of Quayside Wealth Management; Helen McGinty of Skipton Building Society and Stephanie Orr of Surviving Economic Abuse to discuss where women can turn for advice; how to plan for the unexpected; financial management for the self employed and identifying signs of Economic Abuse.

This was one of the most insightful discussions we’ve had this year providing not only really helpful guidance but also highlighting the work that’s needed to improve female financial equality. We will be running this event again in the Autumn.