Europe Roundtable: The World’s First Gender Data Tool, Raising Transparency in Investing
June 27, 2022 11:30 am BST — June 27, 2022 1:00 pm BST
Supporter price: €0.00
June 27, 2022 11:30 am BST — June 27, 2022 1:00 pm BSTSupporter price: €0.00
11:30 am – 1:00 pm BST
Women have made significant progress into Non-Executive Director roles; however, the number of female top executives remains low. We invite you to discover the world’s first gender data tool, created by ExecuShe, which shows the gender composition of top executive teams across industries worldwide, to track asset managers’ impact on Sustainability Development Goal 5: Gender Equality.
The recent news of sexist comments made about Amanda Blanc, CEO of Aviva, during the AGM in May, highlights why investors must not be left behind when it comes to understanding the benefits of diversity, equity and inclusion in workplaces.
In honour of International Women in Engineering Day (on 23 June), this webinar will focus on female Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) and those institutional investors backing them.
Attendees will be shown:
- the Continuous Accountability Monitoring (CAM) and how to use it
- which investors support companies with women in leadership roles (especially CTOs)
- comparisons of asset managers with regards to their impact on SDG 5.
Catalyst will share some insights on the importance of accountability and its contribution to making measurable change occur.
Allyson Zimmermann, Executive Director, EMEA, Catalyst will facilitate the informative webinar, led by Katharina Hoepner, Head of Impact at ExecuShe.
We hope that you can join us and arrive ready to discover more. We invite business leaders, HR professionals, D&I professionals, and champions of inclusion to join the dialogue.
This event is complimentary for Catalyst Supporters but registration is required. When registering for this event, please ensure you are logged in with your Supporter email address.
Head of Impact
Pei-Chun (Bess) Hsieh
Head of Financial Data Science
Professor Andreas G. F. Hoepner, PhD