Tag Archives: female economy

Ask the Expert: New Segment – Housing Finance for Women

Whether loans to purchase whole homes, or for home improvements, the housing finance market, as currently configured does not serve the majority of women in emerging markets. Yet across the globe, women will say that owning a house is their first priority in life after educating their children and taking care of the family’s health. This session focuses on identifying the opportunities for FSPs to tailor housing finance by addressing women’s challenges in access and also address women’s strategic gender interests.

Measuring the Value of the Female Economy 2020

This report is based on information gathered in the Alliance’s Female Economy Analytics Survey — the only collection of global banking data measuring the performance of financial institutions serving the female economy, with 7 years of performance data and over 12,000 data points.

Consistent with the trends that have emerged in previous reports, this fourth edition of “Measuring the Value of the Female Economy” report (formally the “Economics of Banking on Women”report) highlights a vast opportunity to better serve the female economy and significant benefits for those FSPs that tap into it.

How Fintechs can profit from the Multi-Trillion-Dollar Female Economy

The female economy is large, fast-growing and underserved—and fintechs are well-positioned to tap into it. To help them embrace this win-win opportunity, the Financial Alliance for Women surveyed 168 fintechs and 30 investors and other ecosystem players from around the world. This report explores how fintechs have been approaching and serving the multi-trillion-dollar women’s market and offers insights and recommendations in six key areas to help drive more involvement.

Employee Value Proposition Pyramid Brainstorming and Mapping

Identifying elements of a value proposition that will have the most impact for women employees involves a bit of brainstorming. It also involves mapping potential policy additions with the resources needed and potential results they would yield. Some policy changes might be simple to do, creating some quick wins, while others might require more effort, but offer the promise of broader and deeper impact. Here is a template to help with this process.

Gender Inclusive Meetings Checklist

Meetings are where decisions are discussed. Meetings are also filled with behaviors that can make participants feel included or excluded. HR can develop resources that will encourage managers and other leaders to use inclusive behaviors. This checklist is an example of a manager resource and offers guidance on how to ensure that meetings are inclusive of diverse participants and that input is received from all.

Covid-19 and Insurance Industry

Insurers’ responses to COVID-19 have the potential to either increase or reduce public confidence in the industry. As women play key roles in their households and communities, insurers can gain higher brand perception and willingness to purchase insurance by taking a gender-sensitive approach.