As ESG investing continues to grow, applying a gender lens to public equity funds focused on climate solutions is critical.
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?
How are the FANGMAN and other tech stocks performing from a gender lens perspective?
Gender lens investing (GLI) is a thematic environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy.
The burdens of COVID-19 have fallen disproportionately on women. But the pandemic's impact has not been entirely negative.
The third quarter was an eventful one for gender lens investing as well as women in leadership (WIL) in the financial sector and elsewhere.
How did gender lends funds perform amid the pandemic and economic downturn of the first quarter?
Stronger women-in-leadership (WIL) metrics have well-documented benefits, yet firms have failed to ramp up their gender diversity efforts.
How did the primary publicly traded gender lens equity funds perform last year?
What does the AUM-weighted sector distribution of gender lens equity funds look like?
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