Register your attendance for our Women and Money event
Important information - The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up, so you may get back less than you invest.
We’re delighted to invite you to our first Women and Money event at our new offices in Cannon Street, London.
At Fidelity, we're dedicated to helping women and men make the most of their money. To help you on this journey, we’ve brought you two key speakers to talk to you about Women and Money and why it’s so important to be a part of the discussion.
Event and agenda details
Date: Thursday 28 November
Time: Arrive at 17:30 for a 18:00 start.
Event ends at 19:45
Venue: 4 Cannon Street, London, EC4M 5AB
Please note we will use your email address to send you further details of this event.
Meet the speakers
Maike Currie provides insights, content and communication to engage self-directed investors with their savings and investments, whether that's an individual savings account, investment portfolio or workplace pension scheme.
Prior to joining Fidelity International, she worked at Investec Asset Management heading up its team of investment writers and working closely with the investment teams to translate their thoughts into actionable and interesting content for clients.
Maike spent a sizeable part of her career working as a financial journalist across a number of titles in the Financial Times group. She still writes a regular column for the FT's money pages. The author of The Search for Income: An Investor's Guide to Income-Paying Investments, Maike also acts as a media spokesperson for the broader Fidelity business, often appearing on BBC business, Sky news and ITV. She provides commentary to the national press, primarily on matters related to investment, money, markets and personal finance.
Fiona is the CEO of Women on Boards UK and advisor to Peel Hunt, an award-winning UK mid-cap stockbroker. She is a passionate angel investor who helped to found one of the first female angel investment clubs. Currently, she is advising the founders of the start-up FMCG company Hanx, alongside being one of the judges for The Sunday Times annual NED Awards.
Formerly Fiona was a director for Old Mutual Asset Management and Hill Samuel Asset Management. In 2012 Fiona launched Women on Boards (WOB) to support women, and men, make the right connections and career choices to get to board level within their own company or to take on a non-executive board role. Since launch, WOB has supported over 1800 individuals get onto boards. Fiona and the team work tirelessly to lobby influential directors, to push for increased board vacancy transparency and to encourage and support minorities applying for board roles across the Public, Private and Not for Profit Sectors.