The annual Gender Balance Index tracks the presence of men and women in senior positions of public financial institutions globally, weighted by seniority.

The 2017 report focused on central banks, showing that the sector is highly unbalanced when it comes to gender, with the disequilibrium becoming worse. The value of the overall index, which aggregates the performance of individual institutions weighted by their country's share of the global economy, stood at 30.6% in 2017 - a far cry from the 100% that would suggest a perfectly gender-balanced picture. 

The 2018 edition of the Gender Balance Index expands the analysis to sovereign funds and public pension funds. Enter your details to receive a free copy of the report. 


Photos from the Gender Balance Index launch, London, 7 March 2018

Gender Balance Index launch, London


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