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  • A spotlight on female fund managers part two – Suzanne Hutchins

    In the second of our new women in investing series, we spoke to Suzanne Hutchins, fund manager at Newton, on how she got into the role as a fund manager, the pension and investment gaps between men and women and her tips for those starting out.

    Important notes

    This article isn’t personal advice. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you please seek advice. If you choose to invest the value of your investment will rise and fall, so you could get back less than you put in.

    As part of a new women in investing series, we spoke to four successful female fund managers to talk about how women fit into the world of investing, the challenges they’ve faced and their tips for female or beginner investors.

    Watch part one with Audrey Ryan from Aegon asset management.

    In our second interview, we spoke to Suzanne Hutchins, fund manager at Newton (a subsidiary of BNY Mellon), on how she got into the role as a fund manager, the pension and investment gaps between men and women and her tips for those starting out.

    You can watch the video of the interview or read the full transcript below. Remember, this article and the issues discussed in the video aren’t personal recommendations or advice. If you need help with choosing investments, ask for financial advice.

    If you do choose to invest, the value of investments can fall as well as rise, so you could get back less than you put in.

    The 30% Club

    Helena Morrissey, previous CEO of Newton, is the founder of the 30% club, which was originally set up to encourage companies to increase gender diversity across their boards by having at least 30% female representation.

    The UK now has an average of 35.4% women on executive boards in the FTSE 350.

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