The Female Finance Space
Designed for men, impractical for women - and dangerous
Did you know that many professional female soccer players wear children's shoes? Or that there are hardly any bulletproof vests for women's bodies? One of the biggest gender gaps is in the development of our everyday objects. But things could be different: women are leading the way.
Gender parity is essential for economic recovery: These five investments will quicken the pace
There have recently been some setbacks on the road to gender parity. With consequences for the economy. In a guest article, Saadia Zahidi and Silja Baller from the World Economic Forum describe these consequences and how we as a society should work for equality.
Gender Investment Gap: What prevents women from investing
Women don't feel like their needs are being met by the financial industry, therefore they choose to keep their money in savings accounts rather than invest it in the stock market. That is a shame because, in general, they invest more successfully and sustainably than men.
On average, women have much less money than men. Why? Because inequality begins in childhood and continues throughout a woman's financial life. Our goal is to change that.
Everything you need to know about the second pillar
The pension fund is the second pillar of the Swiss pension system. In this article, we explain how the occupational pension plan works and what terms such as coordination deduction, retirement assets and conversion rate mean.
Should women negotiate differently than men, Wies Bratby?
Wies Bratby is an expert in salary negotiations. She explains how she founded her company WIN - Women in Negotiation, why women are actually very good negotiators and what her most successful wage negotiation was.
elleXX Legal Protection Insurance: what it is and why you need it
It’s time for women in Switzerland to have a simple, accessible, digital solution to protect themselves in some of life’s toughest situations.
What's more erotic than a yes?
Our columnist Agota Lavoyer explains that in order to criminalize all non-consensual sexual acts the law must say that only "yes means yes". It's the safe - and erotic - way forward to protect women.
Adieu, liebe Schweiz: a foreign feminist’s farewell letter to Switzerland
After six years, human rights lawyer and working mother Alexandra Dufresne is leaving Switzerland. But not before she shares an urgent call-to-action with all of us.
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