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Barron’s Future Returns: Gender Diversity Offers Investment Strategy for Impact and Gains

Michele Lerner of Barron’s reports that investing in funds and assets that pair men and women in leadership positions and on teams can be an important way to reduce risk. Patience Marime-Ball’s research found that women tend to be more collaborative than men. Early-stage companies that have even just one woman as part of the founding team have a 63% chance of longevity and success, which is higher than all-male teams. Read more about the research outlined in The XX Edge: Unlocking Higher Returns and Lower Risk and the advantages of more women in business.

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The XX Edge: Unlocking Higher Returns and Lower Risk

Seasoned executives and investors Patience Marime-Ball and Ruth Shaber demonstrate the new paradigm where women are at the center of investing as agents and actors—not just as beneficiaries.

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Women of the World Endowment is an investment nonprofit focused on centralizing women as economic, environmental, and social changemakers while delivering market-rate returns and impact at scale.

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