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Another first for AAT
AAT has become the first accountancy body to sign up to the Women in Finance Charter.
Introduced by HM Treasury as a pledge for firms to work together to help build greater gender balance in financial services, the charter was created to reflect the government’s aspiration to see gender balance throughout the industry. It commits firms to support the progression of women into senior roles by focusing on the executive pipeline, as well as carrying a number of other pledges to promote gender diversity.
AAT HR chief Olivia Hill said: “AAT has been at the heart of encouraging gender diversity across the accountancy profession and through signing we are demonstrating our commitment to this important cause.”
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