BNY Mellon and United Nations Foundation Publish Report for Advancing Gender Equality
On Saturday, more than three million people around the country -- that's one out of every 100 Americans -- and upwards of another 250,000 people around the world marched in the name of gender equality.
On Sunday, many of those same people woke up and asked, "What's next?"
Supporters have posted lists and guides for for the weeks and months ahead, but for those who might want to literally put their money where their mouths are, a new report from BNY Mellon and the United Nations Foundation serves as an alternative template.
Its key suggestion: simultaneously accelerate progress and tap into a multi-trillion dollar opportunity by investing in companies that are gender-diverse, led by women, or providing services that help advance gender equality...