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Clearing the path for women, Non-transitory inflation may force BoE to raise unemployment, and more

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Clearing the path for women

By Yasmin Masithela

The emphasis on rights and equality in the workplace has never been more pronounced and important. Yet we’ve only seen a slight increase in the number of women in senior leadership or C-suite roles over the last few years. We should ask ourselves: how can we help further remove the barriers women face and better support them, particularly during the early to middle years of their careers?

 Non-transitory inflation may force BoE to raise unemployment
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By John Orchard
The British cabinet has recently been hailing the lowest unemployment rate since 1974, while starting to lob brickbats at the Bank of England for mismanaging inflation. These factors may start unhelpfully to interact. 
 
 MEETINGS 
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Global Wealth Strategy Summit
Tuesday 14 June, Conference
OMFIF is hosting a high-profile one-day hybrid event in London where private bankers, ultra-high and high-net-worth individuals will discuss best practice in global wealth management and make the most of the opportunities their clients’ wealth presents to them. 
 
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Gender balance in the financial sector
The path for women to reach the top of leading financial institutions is slowly opening up, but the industry still falls far short of where it needs to be. OMFIF’s Gender Balance Index 2022 reveals gradual but not fundamental progress in the representation of women in the upper echelons of global finance. 
 
 Data: Towards a new age of economic enlightenment
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As regulators and policy-makers work to balance protection and innovation in their evolving frameworks, this landmark report explores the use of data and its potentially transformative impact on developments in the global economy, financial services, the business community and society as a whole.

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