We'd like to invite you to the Royal London Women’s Network Event in association with PIMFA.
Clare Moffat and Fiona Hanrahan from Royal London will be joined by PIMFA’s Chief Executive, Liz Field, for a Q&A session. Our host Lynn MacLeay, will be asking our panelists their thoughts on topics such as work life balance, challenges they have faced as women working within financial services and how they've overcome these. There will be a chance for you to pose some of your own questions as well.
We look forward to seeing you!
Liz joined PIMFA (then known as the Wealth Management Association) as Chief Executive in 2014. She has 30 years financial services experience, 19 of which as a Chief Executive. She successfully transformed and advised several businesses through redefining strategy, re-branding, change management and inspirational leadership, creating profitable businesses. She is an accredited coach and industry leader encouraging collaborative participation of diverse groups of industry experts to address sector challenges and to leverage industry resources for collective benefit. Liz holds a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Occupational Psychology from Birkbeck.
Clare qualified as a lawyer and Notary Public in September 2002 and is a member of the Law Society of Scotland. Post qualification Clare spent 5 years at Aegon Scottish Equitable in the legal department focussing on protection products before moving to Pinsent Masons LLP in November 2007. While at Pinsent Masons, Clare acted for many different pension providers there before moving to Prudential for over 6 years and ended up leading the pensions side of the external facing technical team which involved presenting, writing articles for the press and developing adviser facing content. Clare joined Royal London in May 2018.
Fiona has worked in financial services since leaving the University of St Andrews in 1998. She has worked mainly in technical roles although has also worked as a Chartered Financial Planner. She has worked for Royal London since 2015. Fiona is a fellow of the Personal Finance Society and has an MBA from the Open University. She is also the current president of the Insurance Society of Edinburgh. Fiona has young twins who take up most of her spare time although she likes visiting new cities, going to the cinema and keeping fit.