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The City of London Corporation is a uniquely diverse organisation with three main aims – to support and promote the City as the world leader in international finance and business services; to provide high quality local services and policing for those working in, living in and visiting the Square Mile; and to provide valued services to London and the nation as a whole, including its role as one of the most significant arts sponsors in the UK and its support for the economic development of the surrounding boroughs. The City Corporation is older than Parliament and its experience and tradition underpin its modern role as the provider of key services. Elected Members, headed by the Lord Mayor, operate on a non-party political basis.


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Really Helpful Club is a supportive network of positive, curious and like-minded people where you can find inspiration for everyday life, from building new connections and empowering you in business to sourcing expert advice to keep you and your family healthy and happy.  

Community is at the heart of everything we do and we love bringing people together. Launched in 2014, our network helps our 15,000 members to achieve their personal and professional goals at every age and every stage in life.
A supportive network that listens, we are here to help and empower you through key stages of transition; from early years parenting and career breaks, to the emotional needs of teenagers, returning to work and advancing your career, health challenges of the midlife, and juggling demands of supporting elderly parents.


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Risky Women® is a global network connecting, celebrating and championing women in risk, regulation and compliance.


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TheCityUK is the industry-led body representing UK-based financial and related professional services. We champion and support the success of the ecosystem, and thereby our members, promoting policies in the UK, across Europe and internationally that drive competitiveness, support job creation and ensure long-term economic growth. The industry contributes over 10% of the UK’s total economic output and employs more than 2.3 million people, with two thirds of these jobs outside London. It is the largest tax payer, the biggest exporting industry and generates a trade surplus exceeding that of all other net exporting industries combined. It also makes a real difference to people in their daily lives, helping them save for the future, buy a home, invest in a business and protect and manage risk.


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A unique forum for brokers to share knowledge and experience, and to participate in industry through leadership events geared specifically to the broking community"

The Broker Club is a community for brokers operating in Financial/Capital Markets.  We support the community and industry through information sharing, education and topical debate on industry- and market-relvant subjects, including regulation, compliance, technology, infrastructure and market innovation.

Our extensive industry network, and breadth and depth of market knowledge, supports members to:

  • Effectively navigate an increasingly complex regulatory landscape
  • Satisfy ever-changing governance. risk and compliance obligations
  • Understand and access latest market technologies
  • Identify effective alternatives to traditional suppliers
  • Access exclusive, proprietary market intelligence
  • Operate more efficiently

To find out more about the benefits of becoming a member of The Broker Club, contact:

+44(0)7990 561288 | +44(0)20 3786 7265


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Daniele Fiandaca is founder of Token Man Consulting, an inclusion and diversity consultancy which specialises in engaging senior leaders and men with I&D and inspiring them to become inclusive leaders and agents of change, creating workplaces that are truly inclusive and diverse. Token Man Consulting was born from Token Man, an initiative he co-founded nearly a decade ago to engage men with the gender equity discussion and is also co-founder of Masculinity in the Workplace, one of the few I&D events that is dedicated to engaging men and inspiring them to become better allies and agents of change.

Previously he was co-founder of Utopia, an award winning culture change business where his clients included Alexander McQueen, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Google, KP Snacks, Nestlé, Pepsico, Rolls Royce and Unilever. He was recently named one of the Top 50 Trailblazers in Gender Equality in the UK and has also co-authored a number of best selling books including Creative Superpowers: Equip Yourself for the Age of Creativity.


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Since 1980, Women in Banking & Finance (WIBF) has been run as a not-for-profit, volunteer-led organisation to promote diversity and gender equality in financial services in the UK. Whether you work for accountancy firms, banks, brokers, insurers, investment houses, finance companies, fintech providers, law practices, lenders or wealth managers, WIBF offers events of interest and support to help you progress your career and achieve your goals.

At the forefront of debates, lobbying and policy making, WIBF works to establish practical solutions for issues to help the financial services sector realise the benefits that diversity and inclusion bring. In partnering with WIBF, our institutional members demonstrate they want action to accelerate change.


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WeAreTheCity is a free, centralised hub and includes gender-related news, a networks directory, calendar of events and conferences, returnships, business schools, inspirational women profiles, HeForShe interviews, giving back and jobs.

Our aim is:

  • To encourage women to progress in their careers through proactive activities such as networking, events, further education and training
  • To help corporate organisations to attract, retain and develop their female employees
  • To raise awareness of the various organisations including not-for-profit enterprises who support the progression of women
  • To connect and encourage women to give back and share their time/skills with charities, social enterprises, schools and to become role models for the next generation of working women