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Welcome to Chiltern Women in Business

With only 11% of financial advisers being female and more and more women wanting or needing advice but not taking it, what is putting them off. It seems that the financial services industry can appear to the outside world as being dominated by alpha males. It is not that women necessarily prefer a female adviser but more that they are intimidated by the whole culture and so don’t know where to start when looking for financial help.

Chiltern Women in Business, CWIB for short, is run in support of and in partnership with, female owned, local and ethically driven businesses. 

CWIB has been created to address financial matters, but with a more gentle approach. Creating an experience that is relaxing. Where you are listened to and not made to feel un-knowledgeable. Where the discussions revolve around key issues such as not being a burden to children, financial security and how to maintain a certain standard of living. Offering support and advice at a time when a woman might be feeling vulnerable e.g. going through divorce or bereavement.

Does this sound like something you would like to be part of?

To register your interest in the CWIB community, please contact us on 01494 451441 or enquiries@chilternconsultancyltd.com or visit our website at www.chilternwib.com

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Chiltern Women in Business is a brand name for Chiltern Consultancy Limited which is registered in England & Wales No. 04580636. Registered Office at 22 Wycombe End, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1NB. Chiltern Consultancy is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority no. 514493. The guidance and/or advice contained in this website is subject to UK regulatory regime and is therefore restricted to consumers based in the UK.

 

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