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Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW

Articles on D&I in the world of accountancy and the workplace can be found here.

Why is fundraising by women so much harder?


6 January 2021: “We need to do more to invest in companies that are founded and led by women,” says Armance Bordes, General Counsel at Sofinnova Partners. “There are many studies that point to the gender gap that persists in fundraising, making it so much harder for women to raise capital.”

Diversity through scholarships and bursaries


ICAEW never wants lack of money to be a barrier to an individual entering the accountancy profession. Through offering of means-tested scholarships and bursaries to study towards relevant qualifications, we can help ensure this is not the case.

Black History Month summit speaker Nels Abbey


Nels Abbey is a British-Nigerian writer, media executive and satirist. Prior to moving into media, he was a banker. Nels has been published in major newspapers and magazines.

Black History Month summit speaker Sharron Gunn


As an Executive Director at ICAEW, Sharron Gunn is responsible for a variety of activities including professional development programmes, affinity partnerships and sponsorship and online recruitment.

Black History Month summit speaker Lanre Sulola


Founder and CEO of Inner Ambitions, ACA Lanre Sulola's strong commercial and financial background has been a key asset to a wide range of clients in stimulating business and personal performance improvement.

Black History Month summit speaker Sonia Brown


Sonia Brown is an award-winning business communicator, brand strategist, diversity maverick and connector. An authority on many areas of business, leadership, sales and marketing, she founded the National Black Women’s Network.

Black History Month summit speaker Stewart Cumberbatch


Stewart is an Audit Director in Deloitte’s Regional Financial Services Practice. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2004 and is now a Fellow of the ICAEW and holder of a Practising Certificate.

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