An invitation to all Bubele readers to The Parent Trap – helping mamas keep their money mojo.

Bubele and She’s on the Money have joined forces to create a series of events designed to empower women to take control of their finances, especially after having kids.

We are on a mission to arm mums-to-be and mums with as much information about ‘what to expect financially when you’re expecting’ as possible; to prepare mums for any pitfalls and to make the world of finance more accessible by building confidence in things like flexible work, pensions, investments and insurance.

We all know about the gender pay gap but did you know that often women suffer financially even more after having kids due to that long list of reasons; barriers getting back to work, re-entering at a lower level or consulting basis, difficulty finding flexible work, working part-time, childcare costs … you know the drill.

So we’ve gathered four speakers, all experts in the world of law, finance, career development and parenting and are mothers themselves to help mums keep their career and money mojo.

They’ll answer questions such as how to negotiate a good maternity package and how to negotiate your way back in, what career/work alternatives there might be, what happens to your pension, are you investing in it enough? How to save for big-ticket items, the legal side of love and marriage and saving and investment tips, just to name a few.

All over a glass of bubbles (of course) with a Q&A session and some networking.

RSVP here:  and use the discount code BUBELE50.

 Hope to see you all on the 15 November.


Kath Sloggett

Kath Sloggett is an entrepreneur, career coach and start-up adviser. She started her career in large organisations – including PwC, Coca-Cola and BT – before branching out into smaller businesses, becoming the CEO at Everyman Cinemas. Using this wealth of experience, she began coaching entrepreneurs and professionals and launched her own businesses including Runneth. Kath is a working mother so she can speak from personal experience in managing parenthood and career. 

Lisa Conway-Hughes

Miss Lolly is a financial adviser at a wealth management firm in the City of London. She is a Chartered Independent Financial Adviser and also a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society (PFS). This is the highest qualification a financial adviser can hold and less than 2% of PFS members have reached this. Miss Lolly is also a member of MENSA – the high IQ Society with an IQ of 148. In her spare time, Miss Lolly enjoys socialising with her friends, trying out new restaurants, keeping fit and playing Sudoku. She lives in South West London with her husband and is the proud mum of 2 children.

Rosemary Sharp

Rosemary Sharp is a partner specialising in family law. She advises couples on how to plan for their future and protect wealth and helps families find financial and practical solutions when relationships break down. Her clients are diverse in terms of location, financial and personal circumstances. She also advises third parties such as parents, grandparents and trustees. Rosemary works between Lester Aldridge’s London, Bournemouth and Southampton offices.

 Rebecca Tunstall

Rebecca is an investment manager working with a team managing private client portfolios, self-invested pensions schemes and charities. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment. Rebecca started her career in 2004 at Whitefoord Limited, before moving to Holden & Partners, a Wealth Management firm with an Ethical bias. Rebecca worked as a Junior Investment Manager, where she was managing portfolios and researching investments before joining Rathbones in 2010.

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