30 by 30

Our goal: 30% of the world's investable capital managed by women by 2030.

We focus on education, industry outreach, accessibility and career placement to inspire and support young women to become tomorrow's leading investors.

Asset management professionals and professors: Join us! Learn how you can help

Why We Need Girls Who Invest

GENDER DIVERSITY IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS   Different viewpoints result in better decision making and better returns.


GENDER DIVERSITY IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS
 

Different viewpoints result in better decision making and better returns.

THE NUMBER OF FEMALE INVESTMENT MANAGERS IS AT AN ALL-TIME LOW Female investment managers in the U.S. in the $15 trillion mutual fund marketplace have fallen from 10% of the industry in 2009 to less than 7% today. In alternative asset classes, women represent 6% in private equity, 4% in real estate and 3% in hedge funds.


THE NUMBER OF FEMALE INVESTMENT MANAGERS IS AT AN ALL-TIME LOW

Female investment managers in the U.S. in the $15 trillion mutual fund marketplace have fallen from 10% of the industry in 2009 to less than 7% today. In alternative asset classes, women represent 6% in private equity, 4% in real estate and 3% in hedge funds.

THE PIPELINE OF FEMALE CANDIDATES FOR INVESTMENT JOBS IS SMALL Young women are not aware that asset management is a stimulating, critical and lucrative career choice; not inspired due to negative perceptions of Wall Street; or not convinced they can be successful in the industry given so few powerful women role models.


THE PIPELINE OF FEMALE CANDIDATES FOR INVESTMENT JOBS IS SMALL

Young women are not aware that asset management is a stimulating, critical and lucrative career choice; not inspired due to negative perceptions of Wall Street; or not convinced they can be successful in the industry given so few powerful women role models.