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Anticipated Attendee Snapshot: 2018 Women in Financial Services

Anticipated Attendee Snapshot: 2018 Women in Financial Services

Find out who you can expect to meet and learn from this June 28-29 in New York, NY!
Registration Form: Women in Financial Services

Registration Form: Women in Financial Services

Fast track your attendance with our Women In Financial Services Executive Forum registration form!

Customizable Grid: Justify Your Trip!

Customizable Grid: Justify Your Trip!

Start building your business case to attend with our customizable grid!
Attendee ROI Toolkit: Your One-Stop-Shop for Justifying Your Attendance

Attendee ROI Toolkit: Your One-Stop-Shop for Justifying Your Attendance

The Women in Financial Services Attendee ROI Toolkit includes:

  • Anticipated Attendee Snapshot
  • Justification Grid
  • Registration Form

Women’s Leadership in Financial Services: The Legacy, Reality and Future

Women’s Leadership in Financial Services: The Legacy, Reality and Future

This content packet includes:

  • Eye-opening facts & figures on the current state of female leadership in financial services
  • A critical examination of why it pays to invest in diversity
  • Tips & Tools for systematically identifying and addressing gender leadership gaps

Plus! Two speaker interviews packed full of action items on how to engage stakeholders, build a business case for diversity and adopt a strategic approach to increasing female representation in the C-Suite:

  • Monique Murphy, CVP of D&I, New York Life Insurance
  • Liz Heitner, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Synchrony


To receive our content packet via email, please contact us at enquiryIQPC@iqpc.com with "Content Request - WISF Glass Ceiling (29503.001)" in the subject line.

PwC: Opening the Bank for a New Era of Growth

PwC: Opening the Bank for a New Era of Growth

Open banking is happening, and it might be the most optimal path to digitization. Despite some skeptical views on a more open approach, many financial services firms already provide access to internal core systems and share consumer data with third parties. In further embracing this strategy, organizations can potentially accelerate efforts to revitalize growth in banking.