As part of International Women’s Day the Financial Times is running a free webinar to cover all aspects of women's personal finances when it comes to partners and family - from pensions to financial abuse.
The webinar for the FT's Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign will deliver an hour of financial empowerment in the key areas affecting women in all relationships as well as those without any ties.
The four money experts on the panel will offer tips and answer audience questions on managing money in relationships and communicating financial needs without conflict; money conversations to have before having children and how to spot signs of financial abuse.
The panel includes:
- Tobi Asare, founder of My Bump Pay
- Nicola Sharp-Jeffs, founder and chief executive of Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA)
- Davinia Tomlinson, founder of rainchq
- Claer Barrett, consumer editor at the Financial Times
The free webinar will take place on March 8 from 13:00 to 14:00.
The Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign (FLIC) was established as a charity by the Financial Times in 2021 to promote financial literacy where it is needed most to benefit our three target groups: women, young people, and marginalised communities.