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Celebrating International Women’s Day

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

On this episode of AJ Bell’s Money Matters podcast, Danni and Laura celebrate International Women’s Day. Though there’s still much to do to narrow the gender investment gap, we’ve seen many positive changes which have made it easier for women to mix career and family. 

Laura chats to Amy and Phyl, two women at very different points in their career, about their experiences of working in finance. And Danni catches up with Jodie Hill, the founder of Thrive Law, to talk about what’s changed over the last forty years and what still needs to improve.

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