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Women in Securitization

About Women in Securitization

WiS provides a means of connecting women in structured finance to peers, mentors and sponsors, and ideas that positively influence industry perceptions and practices. Our overarching goal is to facilitate an environment in the securitization community that encourages women’s advancement.

The program’s committee is chaired by Patricia Evans of Wilmington Trust, Wendy Cohn of Fitch Ratings, and Alberta Knowles of Ernst & Young. On a daily basis, we are fortunate to be able to leverage amazing leadership across our female members covering the full range of securitization topics. 

The program is broken down into four separate channels:

  • Industry Engagement
  • Peer Mentoring and Sponsorship
  • Education Initiatives
  • Events and Social Opportunities

While each channel is led by key female leadership selected from SFIG members, the program is available to all industry participants, both members and non-members alike. We encourge all women and men to register and participate in this important initiative. 


We welcome comments and suggestions for WIS events and programming.

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Women in Securitization

The Women in Securitization initiative is open to all securitization industry participants! Currently, more than 900 individual men and women are members of WiS, representing nearly 300 institutions.

Updates on WiS events for the remainder of 2017 and early 2018 will be announced soon via SFIG’s weekly newsletter – click here to subscribe to SFIG’s newsletter distribution – and details will be posted to this page once available.

Watch this space!

Register for Women in Securitization today and learn about future events.

Contact WiS to learn more about this and other exciting opportunities!

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