Christine Holgate interview for WiBF

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This was a terrific discussion for Women in Banking and Finance.

It’s clear that Christine Holgate has enormous courage but her experience, and the very public pressure, also made her quite ill, as she explains.

Throughout her career Holgate has delivered time and again but agrees that telling women all they have to do is work hard and ignore bias to get ahead is a massive oversimplification and in most cases just plain wrong.

 

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