This time around, we’ve teamed up with Danos Group, a UK-based global recruitment solutions provider for the compliance, risk, ESG, financial crime, and legal sectors, to bring to you a webinar looking at the ever-so-present issue of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
So join us on Wednesday, September 7th at 12:30 pm BST for a presentation and Q&A session of what it takes to incorporate more diversity and inclusion to your organisation.
Some of the main issues to be covered in this discussion include:
- Adopting a holistic approach to diversity and inclusion.
- Creating both internal and external diversity and inclusion initiatives.
- Looking at the impact of attrition rates on your organisation.
- Producing the best and most diverse shortlists of potential hires.
- Improving diversity and inclusion by applying some simple tips.
- And plenty more!
Hope you can join us!
Our Panel of Experts
Isabel Anchebe, Senior Associate, EMEA Compliance, and Head of D&I Committee, Danos Group, UK
Isabel joined Danos Associates in December 2019, having started her recruitment career in 2017 at a global recruitment organisation, where she specialised in Compliance roles across Europe. She quickly progressed and has an established track record in Europe having successfully placed a number of Senior Compliance professionals across the buy and sell side. Isabel graduated from the University of Warwick with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology.
Maame Eshun, Senior Associate, EMEA Head of In-House Legal, and Head of D&I Committee, Danos Group, UK
Maame joined Danos Associates in early 2018, in 2019 she was promoted to Senior Associate and is responsible for the running of our EMEA In-House Legal Division. She started her legal recruitment career in January 2016 specialising in the financial services sector and successfully placed high calibre legal professionals with leading investment banks, broker-dealers, credit rating agencies and private banks. Maame graduated from the University of Oxford, Keble College with a degree in Chemistry.