The progress women have made in managing wealth may have stalled.
After years of women outpacing men in wealth creation, the 2020 recession has been called — painfully, if clumsily — a “she-cession” due to the adverse affects on women. An annual report from UBS called “Own Your Wealth“ shows the majority of women in relationships with men take a secondary role.
It’s one of the driving reasons behind encouraging more women who do have the means to take a more active role in private business investing. That’s just the topic of a live recording tomorrow of Technical.ly’s Off the Sidelines investor education podcast.
- 1 p.m. EST — Welcome
- 1:05 p.m. EST — What does the research show? A conversation between Jamie Sears, head of community affairs and corporate responsibility, UBS Americas, and Technical.ly DC Market Editor Michelai Graham
- 1:15 p.m. EST — How can more women actively invest their wealth? A conversation between Jenny Abramson, founder and managing partner, Rethink Impact, and Amy Griffin, founding partner, G9 Ventures, with Technical.ly Reporter Paige Gross
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