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The Virgin Banker

By Jayne-Anne Gadhia, CEO of Virgin Money

The Virgin Banker, My Life in Finance by Jayne-Anne Gadhia

In her autobiography, written to raise money for Heads Together, Jayne-Anne focuses on her professional journey in banking – from the birth of Virgin Money to breaking the glass ceiling as a woman in an industry in which dinosaurs still roam the Earth.

All royalties from the sale of ‘The Virgin Banker’ are being donated to Heads Together, the official charity of the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon.

As an offer for customers, you can obtain your copy by making a suggested minimum donation of £10 to Heads Together through the Virgin Money Giving site.

Make your donation and we will post you a copy.


About Heads Together

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are spearheading the Heads Together campaign, a partnership with eight inspiring charities to help end the stigma around mental health.

Money raised from the book will be invested in a range of projects supporting Heads Together’s charity partners and ensuring they can fund the extra demands created by the campaign’s success. Since its launch last year, Heads Together’s eight partner charities have experienced a dramatic increase in people seeking help and support, either for themselves or their loved ones. To find out more about the Heads Together campaign and their eight charity partners, visit www.headstogether.org.uk

 

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