Q&A WITH BASAK YAVUZ ON WOMENOMICS IN EMERGING MARKETS
Goldman Sachs published their first report on Womenomics in 1999 centered around the notion that gender diversity is critical for commercial success. Over twenty years later, Womenomics has undoubtedly gained momentum as the need for gender diversity and inclusion are more important now than ever. In this piece, Basak Yavuz, the co-head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Emerging Markets Equity franchise bringing with her 20+ years of industry experience, shares her insights on the importance of Womenomics in Emerging Markets.
PANDEMIC HIGHLIGHTS SUSTAINABLE FINANCE STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE UN DEVELOPMENT GOALS
COVID-19 has presented many challenges throughout the year, but it has also been a period of introspection where societies have come together for the greater good and are taking stock of how we can do things differently. This can have the power of accelerating emerging trends, including sustainable development goals and digitization….
TEN WAYS WE CAN SUPPORT WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE DURING A CRISIS
Losing ground at this stage will have dire consequences for women, especially when we have come this far. It’s imperative that women, girls, and other vulnerable groups are at the center of all efforts during and after this crisis…
SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT AND THE RACE TO ZERO EMISSIONS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) threw the world’s health, economic and financial systems into disarray, but the pandemic did little to distract the U.K. from the climate crisis...