- You’ve heard of the gender pay-gap, but have you heard of the gender investing gap?
- Financial Feminism is a practical, jargon-busting, step-by-step guide to sustainable investing for women, no matter their investing experience. Financial Feminism proves that investing isn’t just for big-wig Wall Street
- Jessica Robinson is a global expert on sustainable finance, and works as a strategic advisor to governments, institutions, think tanks and companies on green finance and sustainable investing.
As the ‘financial feminism’ movement gains momentum, it’s clear that real progress cannot be made as long as women are investing less than men, saving less for retirement and parking more in cash. When compounded by the gender pay gap, this results in a significant shortfall, but there’s more to financial feminism than simply addressing these gaps: women also care about where their money is invested and the impact it can have.
In this practical and accessible guide, sustainable investment expert Jessica Robinson shows how, through financial feminism, women can use their financial power to invest in a sustainable future and build the kind of world they want to live in. With jargon-free explanations and real-world examples, she demystifies the financial services industry, breaks down just what sustainable investing is and demonstrates the societal and environmental impact of the investment.
About the Author Jessica Robinson is the Founder of Moxie Future, the world’s first education, insights and community platform empowering women as sustainable investors and financial feminists. She also works as a strategic advisor on all things relating to green finance, sustainability, responsible investment and gender. Having lived and worked all over the world, she is now based in the UAE.
Jessica is available for interview, events, and to write pieces / articles for publication.
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