A collection of insights on the role of women in finance
To celebrate this week's International Women's Day, we have put together a selection of some of the most thought-provoking research on the role of women in the financial services sector, including asset management. The content below touches on hedge funds, mutual funds, board diversity and other related topics.
The report features women in a wide range of senior investment and non-investment job functions.
This study finds that netween 2021 and 2022, female board membership has increased overall. However, national disparities remain.
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To test whether gender diversity could be an indicator of fund performance, it is necessary to look beyond the typical diversity statistics reported by asset managers.
Among other things, this study finds that investors react less to the performance of female fund managers.
Data shows that firms operating in Energy, Consumer Staples, Information Technology and Health Care have a greater-than-average number of women on their boards.
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Across all ages and incomes, women are more likely than men to agree that a pension is the best place to save for retirement.
This paper highlights that the lack of gender diversity in the board room is an increasingly important issue in corporate governance.
Here investors can find answers to questions such as: How has women's representation in key roles changed? And what progress has been made in the sphere of gender diversity?