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Women Shattered the ESG Glass Ceiling, Now the Men Want In

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Bloomberg Green's article argues that women are leading the way in the ESG investor space.

Responsible investing is that rare arena in finance where the gender imbalance in top jobs isn’t hugely lopsided in men’s favor. As more money flows into ESG investing from big name companies and firms, it is women who are heading up these departments.

These changes were summed up by Jane Ambachtsheer, global head of sustainability at BNP Paribas Asset Management in Paris: “As sustainable finance roles rise in prominence, so do the many women that occupy them... It’s a bit of a fast track to get women into more influential positions as more people realize connecting finance with the real economy is a critical issue.”

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