A Study of BNY Mellon

Women Are Less Likely to Invest in Finance


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Author: Marcelo Soba

  1. The research surveyed 8,000 individuals in 16 markets, as well as 100 asset managers, with combined assets under management of nearly $60 trillion
  2. It also shows that women want to invest in a way that has a positive social and environmental impact
  3. The research identified three key barriers to women investing: The income barrier, the perception that investing is inherently high-risk and the commitment crisis