Reddings Wealth Management joins initiative to empower women in finance

Economy & Politics | Financial Services | South East
Tracey Reddings
Tracey Reddings

Reddings Wealth Management has joined the female-focused finance initiative, The WealthiHer Network.

Reddings Wealth Management is spearheaded by prominent industry leader and renowned women’s champion, Tracey Reddings. Her firm’s membership will bring a wealth of expertise to the network.

The announcement follows the news that Ms Reddings has been shortlisted for Wealth Manager of the Year at the Women in Finance Awards.

The WealthiHer Network is made up of female bankers, insurers and lawyers championing and supporting female investors, entrepreneurs and clients. Having launched on International Women’s Day this year, the Network is seeking to change the financial sector to better cater to the needs of women.

Other founding partners of The WealthiHer Network include: Barclays Private Bank, Brewin Dolphin, Brown Advisory, C5 Capital, Chubb, Close Brothers Asset Management, HSBC Private Banking, Investec Private Bank, J.P. Morgan, Julius Baer, Irwin Mitchell, and Kleinwort Hambros.

Reddings Wealth Management CEO, Tracey Reddings said: “It makes me immensely proud to announce Reddings Wealth Management’s membership of The WealthiHer Network.

“It’s been on my wishlist for over 10 years to bring the industry together like this so seeing it come to fruition in this way has blown me away.

“Championing women is truly at the heart of everything I’ve been working on for some time and I look forward to bringing about change with my fellow partners.”

The WealthiHer Network Co-founder and entrepreneur, Tamara Gillan said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have Reddings Wealth Management as a founding partner of The WealthiHer Network.

“Tracey is an inspiration, having been involved in the network from the start and instrumental in bringing it to life.

“Together we know we can change the industry to work better for women. Because an industry that works better for women, works better for everyone.”

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