The level of investment in female-led companies remains dismally low. With the Ambition Nation: Female Leaders Series, we aim to change things, by offering the chance for ambitious female leaders to learn from the experiences of their peers, create better networks for each other, demystify the financial jargon and find out what really makes a compelling business case to invest in.
Female Leaders Series Insights
Should ESG reporting be as important as 123 for your business?
ESG is no longer a last-minute addendum to financial reporting. In successful and forward-thinking companies, the two must go hand in hand. Our panel discusses why ESG reporting is important to investors and mitigating risks, with contributions from Manjula Lee (CEO, World Wide Generation), Helene Roberts (CEO, Robinson Plc), Beth Houghton (Partner, Palantine Private Equity) and Polly McMaster (Founder, The Fold).
finnCap X WWG - In conversation with Sam Smith & Manjula Lee
In conversation with Sam Smith, CEO finnCap Group, and Manjula Lee, CEO, London FinTech World Wide Generation, as the two organisations collaborate to launch a digital sustainability reporting tool for SMEs
Brenda Trenowden CBE - Gender balance in corporate leadership
Gender balance in corporate leadership is not just a moral issue, it is a drive for better business outcomes, Brenda Trenowden CBE, Global Chair 30% Club and Head of FIG Europe, ANZ Bank, tells the finnCap Ambition Nation: Female Leaders Series event, March 2019, central London.
In conversation: Sam Smith - How I stayed on track
Ahead of finnCap's Ambition Nation: Female Leaders Series event, entitled 'On Track', this finnCap podcast hears from CEO Sam Smith about finnCap's growth journey and how she stayed on track along the way.
Driving Ambition: FDM Group - Sheila Flavell, COO
In this episode of finnCap’s Driving Ambition Film Series broadcaster Rajan Datar interviews FDM Group COO Sheila Flavell from a London black cab, to discuss her approach to sustaining gender balance, FDM’s Internationalisation Programme and the growing global