Women in Treasury

Women in Treasury Global Equity Study 2024 proudly supported by Standard Chartered

Treasury Today Group’s Women in Treasury initiative continues to challenge the status quo and makes a real difference in our industry. Our global equity study is dedicated to tracking the progress of the key issues within the industry, thanks to your continued participation and support. Our study invites a wide range of respondents, regardless of gender, to take part. Please share your views and experiences!

“We are excited to support this insightful study that will shed light on the key areas that advance the gender equity debate. This comes in line with Standard Chartered’s commitment to cultivate and nurture female talent, and create a positive impact on diversity and inclusion matters across the industry.”

– Michael Spiegel, Global Head of Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered

Get involved in the conversation

Standard Chartered is proud to support the Women in Treasury Global Equity Study 2024. The study is designed to gain insights into the challenges and opportunities that companies and individuals face on their journeys to become truly diverse, inclusive and equitable.

The study explores key areas such as:

  • Representation and transparency.
  • Flexibility in the workplace.
  • Diversity, inclusion and equity.
  • Mentoring, sponsorship and coaching.
  • Career journeys, confronting bias and discrimination.
  • Engaging support and sponsorship for diversity and inclusion initiatives.
  • Why messaging matters.

This years’ study will build upon our previous research and move the debate forward with new questions offering a deeper exploration into the potential reasons for exclusion, such as language, age and different abilities.

All participants will be sent a full set of findings from the study. A summary of the results will be published in our Treasury Insights newsletter and be discussed at our forthcoming Women in Treasury Forums for APAC on 11th July, EMEA on 9th September and the US on 10th October.

In the meantime, if you are interested in learning more about the state of current issues and opinions of your colleagues, please request a copy of our 2023 findings.

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Become a member of our Women in Treasury LinkedIn Group. Contribute your insights and talent and be part of our discussions and articles online.

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