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On behalf of Butterfield, Jersey Finance and 100 Women in Finance, we invite you to join us for a cocktail reception focused on Empowering Sustainable Futures: Women’s Influence in Financial Investment. The evening will include an engaging panel discussion and networking, offering the opportunity to connect with peers from the local financial services sector.

Our informal but thought-provoking panel session will explore the intersection of gender diversity and finance, and how women’s perspectives and leadership can drive positive impact. Panellists will be announced shortly.

This event is tailored for experienced professionals and managers of people, as well as current and aspiring business leaders. While this inclusive event is centred around women’s empowerment, everyone, regardless of gender, is welcome to participate and contribute.

If you have any questions, please contact a member of our events team.


Amy Bryant › Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Jersey Finance
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Amy is Deputy Chief Executive of Jersey Finance. Amy joined Jersey Finance in 2011, becoming Chief Operating Officer in January 2014 and assumed her current role in September 2017. Amy also retains an active position leading the Strategy and Research team which undertakes projects and initiatives to develop the financial services industry in the Island.

Amy was born and educated in Jersey and subsequently went on to study at Durham University where she graduated with an honours degree in Natural Sciences.

Previous to Jersey Finance, Amy worked for PwC in the Channel Islands where she specialised in the taxation of offshore funds and Jersey corporate vehicles and provided international structuring advice to a global client base. Whilst working within the tax team, Amy was admitted to the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a Chartered Tax Advisor. Amy initially qualified as a chartered accountant within PwC’s Assurance team working on the audits of a number of banks, financial institutions and public sector bodies.

Amy Flikerski

Amy Flikerski Managing Director, Head of External Portfolio Management, CPP Investments

Based in London, Amy Flikerski leads the global External Portfolio Management group. Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2012, she was a Senior Analyst at Highbridge Capital Management and Talpion Fund Management in New York. Amy was involved in hedge fund manager evaluation, selection and research as an Associate at PAAMCO, and gained investment experience at Moon Capital Management, an emerging markets long/short equity fund, and JGP Gestão de Recursos, a Rio de Janeiro-based macro fund. Amy began her career as a Senior Associate in the High Yield group at Moody’s Investors Service and has worked in the U.S., UK, Brazil, Canada and Hong Kong. Amy holds a BA in Economics from Brown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is on the boards of Elis SA, an international multi-service provider, and 100 Women in Finance.

Rhea Wright

Rhea Wright Investment Manager, Quilter Cheviot

Rhea in an investment manager, with over 12 years of experience working with high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth international clients. Rhea’s primary role is to construct and manage bespoke investment portfolios for private clients, trusts, and institutions. Rhea has a particular interest in the female private client market, leading on initiatives that ensure inclusivity and a tailored approach for Quilter Cheviot international clients. As a Chartered Fellow of the CISI, Rhea holds the PCIAM qualification, the Pensions Transfers and Planning Advice Certificate and the professional assessment in Sustainable and Responsible Investment. She holds a degree in Business Management and a diploma in Law and French. Rhea is President of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (CISI) in Jersey, Co-Chair of Inspiring Girls (Jersey) and sits on the Community Investment Panel for the Quilter Foundation.

Gilly Challinor

Gilly Challinor Senior Programme Officer Jersey Overseas Aid

Gillian is Jersey Overseas Aid’s Senior Programme Officer, specialising in Financial Inclusion. JOA’s Financial Inclusion programme seeks to empower low-income women, helping to build resilience to economic shocks, improve financial health and develop sustainable livelihoods. Gillian has spent the majority of her career as a digital services project and programme manager, working for various charities and funders in the United Kingdom, and she is a currently an advisor for the Jersey Community Foundation.

Event Partners

Butterfield in Jersey delivers financial solutions with a personal touch. Rooted in our small island heritage, we put relationships at the centre of everything we do. Our mission is to protect and grow your wealth. Combining local expertise with global coverage, our friendly, on-island team is here to deliver the products and services you need to accomplish your financial goals.  We offer customized, market-leading banking and related financial services to institutions, financial intermediaries and individuals based in the Channel Islands and internationally.

100 Women in Finance is a global organization committed to gender equity in finance by promoting diversity, raising visibility, and empowering women to find their personal path to success. We connect women at every career stage, including pre-career, to a global network of people and resources.