Women In Finance Awards – Sturgeon Shortlisted

Sturgeon Ventures has been short listed as Specialist Investor of the Year at the 2017 Women in Finance Awards.
The inaugural Women in Finance Awards aims to be the finance industry’s largest diversity initiative, recognising the high-achievers, advocates and role models for women in the sector.

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AIFM Solutions – Update

The AIFM Solutions academy has been updated with marketing for AIFs for 2017.
The vision and core objective is to create a go to place for start ups and overseas firms to find innovation and education in the world of The Alternative Investment Fund Management industry, a landscape with many complexities, born out of the AIFM Directive.

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Women in Compliance Awards 2017 – Two Nominations for Sturgeon Ventures

Sturgeon Ventures has been shortlisted for two awards at the Women in Compliance Awards 2017.  The categories are:
Compliance Officer of the Year, EMEA – Seonaid Mackenzie
Compliance Consulting Team of the Year – Sturgeon Ventures

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HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter – latest report by New Financial

Gender balance in UK financial services has leapt up the agenda since the launch of the HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter in March 2016. We worked with HMT to analyse all 71 submissions across the Charter principles. This report establishes a starting point for levels of women in senior management today, the targets signatories are aiming for, and how they are using the Charter principles to achieve those targets.

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13 Financial Firms Pledge to Put Women in 50% of Top U.K. Roles

Sturgeon Ventures mentioned in Laura Cohen’s Fortune Website article for it’s commitment to the Women in Finance Charter and flexible working for women.

They want to reach that goal by 2021.
The U.K. government wants to increase gender diversity in the upper ranks of the financial industry, and on Tuesday it announced that some big-name players in the field have signed on to specific pillars of that effort, including 13 firms that have pledged gender parity.

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Compulsory flexi-time is a must to attract women into finance

A finance firm has urged the financial services sector to introduce compulsory flexible working hours to attract and retain more women.
Sturgeon Ventures said mandatory flexi-time would help working mums and “open the floodgates” to more women working in financial services, as the FCA today published targets for the Government’s Women in Finance Charter.

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Sturgeon Announces Its Four Pledges To Treasury’s Women In Finance Charter

Flexible working and tax breaks for start-ups needed to open floodgates formore women in financial services, Sturgeon Ventures says


• Sturgeon announces its four pledges to Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter

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Major Financial Services Firms Step Up Efforts to Tackle Gender Gap

Major financial services firms step up efforts to tackle gender gap.
Major banks including HSBC UK, Santander, RBS and Lloyds have published ground-breaking gender strategies, committing them to ambitious targets for the number of women they employ in senior roles.

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AIFM – Overview Of The UK’s Small Registered AIFM Regime

Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and Sturgeon Ventures set out an overview of the regulatory regime for a small registered UK AIFM under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive 2011/61/EU.

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The Gender Dividend

Article from Deliotte discussing the case for investing in women.

The business case for investing in women

Women may well be the dominant source of economic growth in the near future—and organizations that are able to capitalize on the roles women play as economic actors will most likely have a competitive advantage as the world pulls out of the global recession.

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