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Women 4.0 – The Future of Women in Technology Event – In pictures

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On June 4th 2014 Morgan Stanley hosted their annual women in technology event – Women 4.0 – The Future of Women in Technology at their head office in Canary Wharf.

Over 150 female technologists attended to listen to the views and career stories of keynote speakers, Christina Scott, CIO of the Financial Times, Nikki Moore, TV personality and founder of Girl Geek Chic & Morgan Stanley’s own Toyin Tolle, Project Manager and Business Analyst.  The event was facilitated by the engaging David McQueen alongside commentary from Morgan Stanley’s Technology and Data, Managing Director Simon Holden.  The event culminated in an interactive panel discussion where keynote speakers were joined by Audrey Mandela – Chair of Women in Telecoms and Technology.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the senior management team within Technology and Data at Morgan Stanley for hosting this fabulous event and for their continuous efforts to encourage more women in to technology careers.  Our special thanks to Katherine Loe, Elsie Ofulue, Simon Holden, Ian Davies and Harvey Weller, EMEA CAO.


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