The presence of women in the financial market is growing around the world, including Brazil, but it still remains at a level well below the potential.
According to data from Then24.com Invest, men are 90% of those approved by the CFA Institute, one of the most important tests for operating in the financial market. The number of female investors is still lower than that of men and there is a long way to go before gender equality is actually achieved.
An online event wants to try to bring more women to the financial market. Powered by Fin4She, a connecting platform for gender equity in the financial ecosystem, the Young Women Summit reaches its second edition this Thursday, June 24, with a full day of free programming on the topic.
Among the topics to be discussed are “women in leadership positions”, “mental health in times of pandemic” and “the role of the financial sector in the ESG agenda”. To participate, you must register through the form. The last edition had 1,500 women enrolled. The project has the support of relevant companies for the Brazilian financial market, such as B3, Itaú, Votorantim, Empiricus, among others.
See the full schedule on the dedicated website of event.