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GAIN Events at Schools and Universities

GAIN exists to change the way girls and young women think about the world of investing. To do that, we host talks and events across schools and universities in the UK. If you'd like to host a talk, please let us know here.


*Due to current situation with COVID-19, our in-person talks have been postponed. However, we are conducting school talks and university panel events virtually. If this is of interest, please don't hesitate to get in touch!*


Future Events


Logo 27th - Women Societies Alliance 'Venture capital' panel 



4th - St Paul's Girls' School


GAIN 8th - CTK Aquinas Sixth Form
Logo 18th - Aberdeen University Trading & Investment Club panel on 'How Covid-19 has impacted investment decision making: the future of investment management after the virus'
Logo 23rd - Females in Finance conference
GAIN 25th - CTK St Mary's Sixth Form
GAIN 26th - 'Routes into Investment' panel discussion
GAIN 28th - CTK Emmanuel Sixt Form


Past Events

Past school talks and careers events:

ARK Academy Elephant & Castle, Benenden School, Bishop Douglass Catholic School, Cheltenham Ladies College, Christ the King- Aquinus School, Cranleigh School, Fettes College Edinburgh, Francis Holland Chelsea, Francis Holland School, Harlington School Hayes, Harrogate Ladies' College, Ibstock Place School, London Academy of Excellence Tottenham, Magull High School Sefton, Newton Abbot College, Nonsuch High School, Reading Blue Coat School, Reddam House School, Sacred Heart Catholic School Sefton, South Hampstead High School, St Edwards School, St Lawrence College, St Mary's Ascot, St Swithun's Schools Winchester, Queen Margaret's School York, Wycombe High School

GAIN has organised a series of panel events with societies at the following universities:

Cambridge Judge Business School University of Edinburgh
King's College London Oxford SAID Business School


GAIN partners with other organisations and charities to broaden our outreach:


GDST Speakers 4 Schools

Talent Tap

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Event Testimonials

"I just want to thank you and Gain as I have just come off the CV clinic call which was very informative. I also attended the CFA introduction which was unbelievably helpful to me. I am a massive fan of Gain and recommend it to everyone I meet- your resources are absolutely incredible and there is nothing like it around."

Student, University of Exeter


"I've been following Gain UK ever since I attended a Women in Investment Management event in the pre-COVID era and after substantial research am now committed to pursuing a career in this field."

Student, University of Cambridge

"I thoroughly enjoyed the GAIN webinar and learnt a lot about careers in investment through participating; for example, I found Annabel Watson's insight into the ethical side of the industry and Anna Gallagher's experience working with China greatly interesting. This has encouraged me to explore a career in finance more broadly."

Student, University of Cambridge on COVID panel event


"I attended the GAIN panel discussion last night and I just wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you directly (virtually). I found your advice extremely valuable and informative. As a result I am not as scared of a career in Investment Management and feel as though I should give it a go. So thank you very much for your insight and for sharing your knowledge and experiences."

Student, University of Edinburgh


"The feedback from our students was vastly positive. Two girls in particular have been thoroughly inspired and want to become investors"

Reading Blue Coat School


"The work GAIN is doing is fantastic! It was gratifying to be a part of it"

Volunteer speaker & Partner, Private Equity


"Well structured, very helpful, very insightful."

Student, University of Cambridge


"Good events, moderators were great and responded to students' questions really well. In the Responsible Investing panel, I learnt a lot about the sort of career path one might have to become an investment manager and it was also great to reinforce my knowledge of what investors look for in potential investments."

Student, University of Cambridge