Capital W x UQWN x WEB x WIB: Women in Banking Evening
13 May 2021, 9:00:00 am
Virtual via Zoom
UNSW Capital W, UQ Women's Network, MQU Women Entering Business and UTS Women in Business are delighted to invite you to the Interstate Women in Banking Evening.
The event will feature a panel discussion where you will gain insight into the life of banker and learn from the experiences of senior female banking leaders from Citi, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Macquarie, Morgan Stanley and Nomura.
This will be followed by a networking session with company representatives where you will have the opportunity to speak directly to esteemed professionals, ask questions and deepen your knowledge of markets, investment banking, investment management and wealth management.
Multiple leading global financial services firms will be in attendance. Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity and gain the confidence to apply for the upcoming internship and graduate season.
The event will run from 7:00pm to 8:30pm and is free or all members of Capital W, UQWN, WEB & WIB.
Capital W Annual Dinner 2021
15 June 2021, 8:00:00 am
Doltone House Ballroom, Hyde Park
Capital W invites you to join us at Annual Dinner, our flagship event held at the Doltone House Ballroom! This unique occasion provides female business students with an opportunity to expand their corporate networks in a highly exclusive setting, featuring a two course dinner. The evening will consist of an address from our prominent keynote speaker, Jane Peter (Director of Leadership, Culture and Capability at Optus), as well as an opportunity to engage with a wide range of representatives from our 15 reputable sponsor firms. Students will be able to rotate between two sponsor tables of their preference, for main course and dessert.
This year's theme, ‘Closing The Distance’, celebrates women’s achievements in business and brings focus to the importance of gender inequality. It further encourages all to educate themselves in the prevalent obstacles facing women, as many imperative issues lack awareness. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated female inequities, as the economic crisis disproportionately affected women through job losses and financial difficulties. From staying connected and tackling COVID-19’s impact on the business landscape to achieving a gender-balanced workforce, we welcome you to an evening of transformative discussions which will enhance your industry knowledge and enrich your university experience.