Women & Wealth

Doing the Math on Women’s Empowerment

Doing the Math on Women’s Empowerment

by Erin Bigley, Lei Qiu
No one organization is responsible for the advancement of women, and that means every organization is. Women’s empowerment starts with education. It continues with the ability to earn an equitable living, especially in fields where women are underrepresented, and crests with women playing leadership roles at work or owning their own businesses.

AB IQ, Responsible Investing/ESG, Women & Wealth


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Mindful Risk

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Investors have enjoyed robust returns since the global financial crisis roiled the markets nearly 10 years ago. Up almost 12% since 2009, global equity markets have advanced at almost twice the pace of the decade before the crisis hit.* However, we project lower equity returns over the next several years.

Wealth Planning, Women & Wealth


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