Diandra Soobiah, the new co-Chair of the 30% Club, calls for our support as she expands the gender equality group’s mission: “This is still a fight for some. We still have a long way to go.”
Not even impact investors are immune to gender bias. In a series of articles we look at why investors are missing opportunities and what it means for non-male entrepreneurs.
Not even impact investors are immune to gender bias. In a series of articles we look at why investors are missing opportunities and what it means to non-male entrepreneurs.
Three like-minded European impact investors joined forces to back Light Microfinance. The Indian lender helps women in poor rural areas achieve their business dreams.
Jessica Espinoza, VP for Private Equity at DEG/KfW, tells us how she is fighting on all fronts to advance gender lens investing and discusses her latest initiative to bring in more private capital.
Diversity pioneer Debbie Clarke, Mercer’s Global Research Chair, gives us her ‘exit interview’ as gender lens investing has just been given a huge boost.
Patron Capital Partners, a private equity real estate fund, recently launched the world’s first ‘gender-lens’ property fund. Its managing partner, Keith Breslauer, explains why.
One of Sweden’s largest pension funds prides itself on being a champion of gender equality. But AP2’s means and willingness to push for real change is limited. “If you invest in many companies, your engagement will always be shallow.”