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Charles Stanley is delighted to announce that Tsitsi Mutiti won the Rising Star of the Year award at the 2018 Women in Finance Awards.
The Women in Finance Awards is Europe’s largest diversity initiative, recognising the high-achievers, advocates, and role models for women in the sector. The awards are a celebration of the individuals and organisations leading change, breaking down barriers, and creating new possibilities for equal representation in the world of finance.
Tsitsi began her career at Charles Stanley in 2007. Initially in an investment support role, Tsitsi progressed to an Investment Advisor position in 2012, before qualifying as an Investment Manager in 2016. Tsitsi holds the CISI Level 7 Masters in Wealth Management, a specialist qualification which encompasses the breadth of knowledge needed to provide the highest quality service to clients. She is also a member of the Editorial Panel for the CISI magazine, The Review. In addition to her work as an Investment Manager, Tsitsi is also a founding member of Charles Stanley’s Innovation through Inclusion group. Made up of a variety of individuals at all levels of seniority, the group design and implement initiatives to support Charles Stanley’s diversity agenda and foster a workplace which is both diverse and inclusive.
Commenting on the awards, Head of Investment Management at Charles Stanley Gary Teper said ‘On behalf of all at Charles Stanley, I would like to congratulate Tsitsi, a deserving winner of the Rising Star award. As well as being an incredibly talented Investment Manager, Tsitsi exemplifies the values we strive to demonstrate at Charles Stanley of being caring, fair and progressive.’
Gary added, ‘On a more general note, whilst the awards are an excellent forum for celebrating the achievements of some of the women working in finance today, as a sector we can and must do more to support diversity and inclusion in our industry. Charles Stanley, along with other signatories of the government-led Women in Finance Charter, is committed to taking proactive action to encourage gender balance at all levels across financial services.’
Source : https://www.charles-stanley.co.uk/group/news-and-events/women-finance-awards-tsitsi-mutiti