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With the WiBF 22nd Annual Awards for Achievement taking place today, it is an opportunity for the winners - as well as those shortlisted and nominated - to leverage the WiBF national platform to amplify the great work that they are already doing.
And that starts with celebrating at the WiBF Annual Awards for Achievement.
The WIBF Awards for Achievement plays a key role in celebrating the successes of women in the sector."
The WIBF delegation during this time will observe the proceedings.
The rematch with Dennis Berry for the WIBF welterweight title on February 20, provides the focus of his efforts.
Couch, aged 29, the reigning WIBF welterweight champion, joked at the Knightsbridge, London, press conference: "I think it's good for the sport.
Ladies are invited to join likeminded professionals with Women in Banking and Finance (WIBF), a forward-looking membership organisation for financial services professionals looking to achieve their full career potential, helping to bolster female contribution to the industry along the way.
Career development, networking, and industry acknowledged thought leadership with WIBF
The lady who went on to become the first African woman to hold an international title when she defeated Ugandan Fiona Tugume to take the vacant WIBF Middleweight crown.
Jane Couch makes her North-east boxing debut on February 20 when she defends her WIBF welterweight title against American Lisa Ested at Thornaby Pavilion.
In 2005, Zarika had her first fight abroad when she travelled to Aarhus, Denmark to face the former amateur Swedish star Frida Walberg for the WIBF intercontinental Junior lightweight title.