Is there a trade-off between diversity and investment performance?
How can we create better retirement outcomes for employees and help our organizations achieve DEI-related goals?
Gender lens investing may be the most powerful approach to achieving gender parity in finance and investment.
When it comes to ESG, DEI, and advances in data and technology, this time really is different.
The book is highly useful not only to women but also to other groups that are underrepresented in investment management.
Smaller is better when it comes to reaping the benefits of gender diversity in the corporate board room.
Developing an inclusive culture is the right thing to do ethically. It also makes good business sense.
Global asset managers have a range of stewardship policies and statements in place to support growth in corporate women in leadership (WIL). But is it enough?
What are some of the major misconceptions about women and investing?
The book provides a roadmap on how the financial industry will evolve in response to three structural forces.
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