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Women in the investment sector discuss unconscious bias, parental leave, the cost-of-childcare crisis and other barriers to progression for working mothers.
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Luxembourg launches women in finance charter; NatWest raises €500m from women SMEs social bond; Asian firms with more female managers perform better.
Attendees at the electric vehicle maker's 2022 meeting share their experiences and thoughts on how to make AGMs more inclusive.
Progress has been steady, if slow, with a few bright spots.
Confidence is key for women starting out in the industry, according to respondents to our Women in Finance Survey.
Changing employers’ attitudes to parental leave and work-life balance could be the key to inclusivity for women in finance, say respondents to our survey.
Respondents to our survey share their experiences with sexism as women in the finance industry.
Male allyship and increased support for women can help improve inclusivity within the finance industry, say respondents to our survey.
DE&I initiatives are helpful for compliance, but not necessarily for achieving gender parity, according to respondents to our survey.
The results of Responsible Investor’s Women in Finance survey are out – and they make sobering reading. The investment industry still has a long way to go on inclusion.

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