Ensors Forensic accounting partner, Fiona Hotston Moore, has shared her personal experiences as a “female bread winner” at a prestigious women’s breakfast event in London.
The event which was held at the contemporary Goldsmiths’ Centre in Farringdon attracted over 100 audience members. Fiona gave insight on how to balance career success and a young family and in particular to manage the transition to family breadwinner. She also offered her personal knowledge and invaluable advice for women who have or may find themselves in a similar situation.
Fiona was joined at the event by two other captivating speakers. Sophie-Jane Keelaghan, associate partner at St. James’s Place, discussed recent findings from research published by CTI ‘Harnessing the power of the purse’. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, author of The Female Breadwinners then discussed the role reversal trends in terms of financial contribution in the household.
The event called ‘Being Financially savvy: career, finance and home’ was co-hosted by The Fold and St. James’s Place Wealth Management Group. The event finished with the audience invited to debate and ask questions which was then followed by a visit to The Fold Showroom to view the Autumn 2014 collection of professional women’s clothing.