Financial Adviser of the Year regional categories
Rising Star, Mentor of the Year and more
Including protection shortlists
Adviser support, investment and more
According to Cigna Wellbeing 360 Survey
600-strong 'long list'
AIG Life underwriting & claims strategy manager shares her story
WIFA returns for 2019
Steps to increasing diversity
Panel and presentations at the Pacific Life Re offices
Scottish Widows' distribution director on gender diversity
How can the financial services sector create good outcomes for women as both employees and customers? This was the question posed by Quilter's corporate affairs director Jane Goodland to four panellists at TISA's annual conference this week.
Still 66% women in lower quartile
Guest speakers, panel debates and personal stories exploring industry diversity and access to insurance for women in society
Multiple gold medal-winning Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson has called on financial advisers to improve access to insurance for disabled clients
Almost 500 financial professionals packed the ballroom of The Marriott Grosvenor Square in central London on 10 October for the inaugural Women in Financial Advice Awards. Take a look at our photo album of the evening ...
The inaugural Women in Financial Advice awards attracted more than 800 nominations - a number that far surpassed the organisers' expectations
INDUSTRY VOICE: The advice gap in the UK cannot be understated. There are just 25,000 advisers to cover the entire adult population of the UK, meaning advisers are outnumbered six to one by lawyers and 12 to one by accountants
By having more women, more disabled people, more ethnic minorities in our workforces, the more we can make our narratives relevant
Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) publishes data along with guidance for employers
Ahead of the inaugural Women In Financial Advice Awards, COVER magazine meets the Intrinsic CEO to discuss what needs to be done to attract, cultivate and support female talent within the financial advice industry
Scheme administered by Bupa includes consultations, mental health support as well as surgical procedures following 'significant rise' in gender dysphoria diagnoses in UK