The uproar triggered by allegations of sexual assault in Australia’s Parliament has fueled a push for change that is likely to be sustained, according to the head of the nation’s Women in Banking and Finance association.

“Women have found their voice,” Jen Dalitz, WiBF’s chief executive, said in an interview Friday. “I think that’s really going to translate into the workplace.”

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