Over half of women in finance globally suffered stress or worse in pandemic year, says CISI

Mark Battersby
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Just over half (55%) of women members surveyed by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) have suffered from stress, anxiety or depression in the last year. The CISI survey, undertaken this year from May-June, received almost 5,000 responses from the professional body's global membership, including from those based in UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, and Asia but also with respondents from Europe, Africa, South, Central and North America and Australasia. The CISI membership encompasses those working in wealth management, financial planning and capital markets. ...

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