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Designing gender smart sustainable finance instruments and funds

Gender-smart sustainable finance instruments and funds are becoming the norm, but institutional barriers still impede capital allocation to women-centric businesses. This session explores what can be achieved from integrating climate and gender goals in sustainable investments. It will examine how financial institutions can get started with mainstreaming gender-smart solutions in their green finance operations. As well as provides examples of financial products that are increasing access to capital for women.
Exclusive debates and interviews​
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes
Exclusive debates and interviews​
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes
Gender-smart sustainable finance instruments and funds are becoming the norm, but institutional barriers still impede capital allocation to women-centric businesses. This session explores what can be achieved from integrating climate and gender goals in sustainable investments. It will examine how financial institutions can get started with mainstreaming gender-smart solutions in their green finance operations. As well as provides examples of financial products that are increasing access to capital for women.
Gender-smart sustainable finance instruments and funds are becoming the norm, but institutional barriers still impede capital allocation to women-centric businesses. This session explores what can be achieved from integrating climate and gender goals in sustainable investments. It will examine how financial institutions can get started with mainstreaming gender-smart solutions in their green finance operations. As well as provides examples of financial products that are increasing access to capital for women.
Exclusive debates and interviews​
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes
In the fifth episode of the Strong When We Belong podcast, host Amy Louisa Winepress, David Tyler and Trez Winepress, David stnalwy ausTyler and Tre…
3 minutes