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Women in Treasury

Treasury Today Women in Treasury initiative

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Treasury Today’s Global Women in Treasury initiative recognises the importance of women in the corporate treasury profession and creates a means for women in treasury to communicate with one another; learn from each other and network in order to help each other.

Whilst the treasury profession remains largely male-dominated, there are remarkable women enjoying remarkable careers. The Women in Treasury (WiT) series recognises female innovators in the corporate treasury profession.

Women need to be much more visible in their roles, both inside and outside of their organisation. While women are notoriously bad at promoting themselves, this initiative aims to help bridge the gap. We profile female leaders in Treasury Today and Treasury Today Asia. Each article looks at professional development and career-defining moments, as well as providing advice to those just starting out in the profession.

We run an annual global study of women working in the treasury profession to build up a picture of the profiles and careers of women from junior roles to Group Treasurer/Financial Director/CFO positions. Watch video about the study.

A growing number of women are finding their voices and inspiring others to achieve progress – you can be one of them. If you are interested in being profiled please contact angela.berry@treasurytoday.com

Or if you have a female treasury professional in mind that has inspired you in your career, please let us know. If you have any comments or ideas for furthering this initiative please do not hesitate to contact us.

To enquire about receiving the Women in Treasury Study 2016 please contact Lisa Bigley, Global Head of Events, on +44 1304 629 016 or email lisa.bigley@treasurytoday.com

LinkedIn Become a member of our Women in Treasury LinkedIn Group. Contribute your insights and talent and be part of our discussions and articles online. Please contact Sarah Arter to join and be part of our successful programme.