Seonaid Mackenzie Joins Women in Banking and Finance

Seonaid Mackenzie has recently joined Women in Banking and Finance (WIBF).

WIBF is a not for profit membership organisation with branches in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Founded in 1980, they aim to improve diversity in the banking and finance sector.

They are dedicated to increasing opportunity for individual members to network, learn and advise each other at every stage of their career through WIBF’s programme of workshops and events.

The annual Women in Banking and Finance Awards for Achievement are prestigious awards which highlight the inspirational work going on every day in pursuit of diversity and excellence in the banking and finance sector.

Sturgeon Ventures LLP celebrates it’s 20th year in 2018 and has championed agile working for women and men by encouraging a work life balance, particularly for women who juggle work life and family. Sturgeon Ventures LLP was one of the Founding Signatures of The Women’s Charter in Finance formed by the UK Treasury and Seonaid and her team value agile working and diversity.

Seonaid is also a member of:

The Women’s President Organisation London Chapter there is also one in Birmingham.

The Worshipful Company of International Bankers (the City Livery) where more women are joining every year.

For more information:

Women in Banking and Finance

Seonaid Mackenzie

Stugeon Ventures agile working and diversity policy

Sturgeon’s 20 year’s of stories video

Women in Finance Charter